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onnie Mayers has been 
[a p^BLpf the Delta State 

)mimfriity since 1970, when 
he entered as a freshman. 
After graduating with a 
B.S.E. in health, physical 
education and recreation in 
1974, Ronnie continued his 
studies at Delta State earning 
his masters in health, 
physical education and 
recreation in 1975. Shortly 
after he was hired as aquatic 
director and instructor at 
the university. He currently 
serves as Assistant Athletic 
Director for Special Projects, 
Director of Swimming 
Operations, and Physical 
Education facilities manager. 
He has also served as the 
interiin Director of Athletics. 



Ronnie Mayers 



In 1984, Ronnie started the DSU swimming and diving teams and served as coach for 20 
years. The womens team captured five New South Intercollegiate Swim Conference titles, and 
the men won four NSISC titles. In addition, Ronnie was named NSISC Coach of the Year 14 
times. While he was coaching, the swimming and diving programs produced 56 individual 
Ail-Americans and 2 1 Academic Ail-Americans. The DSU teams made 1 5 appearances in the 
N.C.A.A. Division II National Championships. 

In addition to his campus activities which include Omicron Delta Kappa and numerous com- 
mittees, Ronnie is active in the Cleveland community. He has served as Lions' Club president, 
president of the Cleveland Country Club, and chairman of the United Way. 

Ronnie and his wife Karen have one daughter Ann Marie. 



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Molly Bates 

1988^2008 



Molly Bates, 19, a 
sophomore from 
Jacksonville, Fla. was a 
beloved teammate and 
fierce competitor. Head 
Coach Brian Hein 
described her as, "full 
of energ)' and the type 
of person people gravi- 
tated towards". She 
was a pleasure to be 
around and she will be 
sincerely missed. Molly 
and her energetic 
personality will always 
be remembered. 




A memorial service 
was held and 
featured a slide- 
show presentation 
highlighting Bates' 
life. Immediately 
following the service, 
a candlelight vigil was 
held inside the Delta 
State Aquatics Center 
An account was 
named in honor of 
Molly, and was estab- 
lished to help defray 
medical expenses for 
the injured students. 



Merve Terzioglu, 2 1 , 
a freshman on the 
DSU Swim Team, 
passed awa)' April 7, 
from injuries received 
in the automobile 
accident on March 
29. Terzioglu spent 
several days receiving 
treatment at the Elvis 
Presley Trauma Center 
in Memphis, Tenn. 
Terzioglu, a native of 
Istanbul, Turkey, was 
a standout performer 
in the pool for Delta 
State. "Merve was such 
an inspiration to us 
she was a star in and 



out of the poolj said 
Brian Hein, Head 
Coach of the Swim- 
mming and Diving 
Team. Merve was a 
unique individual; 
she loved to stand 
out in a crowd and 
even had a portion 
of her hair streaked 
pink. In honor of 
Merve many students 
streaked their hair 
pink at a local salon 
and all money went 
directly to Mervel 
family to help out 
with many medical 
e\]]enses. 



Merve Terzioglu 

1987-2008 





Oct. 1 1 . 2008 will be a 
day no one will ever forget 
because, of the traged)' that 
had occurred. This would 
be that day when our fellow 
classmate, freshman Robert 
Ke'yon Johnson, was taken 
from this world. He was in- 
strumental in Ra\' Brooks 
High School w'inning two state 
championships in football. He 
was a spectacular player and a 
good leader. As a sophomore 
lineman, Johnson was a key 
player on the Tigers' first 
state title team in 2005. The 
Tigers defeated Mount Olive 
52-33 on Dec. 10, 2005. John- 
son was elated about winning 
the championship, and he was 
particularly happy that the win 
came on his 1 6th birthda\. 




LEMORIAL 



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Adrian"AT" Cannon 

1988-2008 



Robert "Ke'yon" 
Johnson 

1989-2008 




On May 24, 2008, an 
automobile accident took 
the life of one of our 
peers. Adrian Cannon, 
who was known as AJ will 
be missed by all those 
who knew him. AJ was 
a sophomore studying 
Interdisciplinary Stud- 
ies. He was very involved 
during his time at Delta 
.State. Marching Band, 
Pep Band, and Jazz 
Band, where he played 
saxophone, some of his 
activities that kept him 
busy. At the beginning of 
his sophomore year. 



he joined of Alpha Phi Al- 
pha Incorporated. Gaining 
the position of the quad 
(4) he gained a new con- 
nection with the number 
The number 4 will always 
be associated with him. AJ 
Cannon was a wonderful 
individual that lit up a 
room. AJ would be that 
friendly face that could 
always be seen around 
the campus, smiling and 
waving to those around 
him. AJ will live on in our 
hearts forever. 



Johnson, 18, was a freshman 
at Delta State University but 
he didn't forget about Ray 
Brooks. Johnson helped out 
on the sideline as an assistant 
coach for the Tigers this sea- 
son. Johnson, who was a 2008 
graduate of Ray Brooks, was 
known as a good person, ac- 
cording to Jerry Walker, foot- 
ball coach at the high school. 
"He had a magnetic personal- 
ity' said Walker. "There is not 
a kid here who didn't love 
him. "You take a kid who is 
academically inclined, good at 
sports and humble, and thats 
Robert" continued Walker. "If 
I had to sum him up in one 
word, it would be 'leader! 




Monterio "MO" Tames 

1987-2008 ^ 




Monterio DeShun James 
was born August 28, 
1987, to Tammy James 
and Jerry Golden. Mon- 
terio was a faithful mem- 
ber of the youth choir 
and 16 Boys 16 Men. 
His vibrant personality 
and carefree spirit made 
it easy for him to make 
friends and be loved 
by many. As a fresh- 
man he set the single 
season record with eight 
interceptions. During his 
sophomore year, he set 
the all time record with 
1 1 interceptions. 



Head football coach Ron 
Roberts shared his feel- 
ings regarding his player. 
"Monterio was a vibrant 
young man, full of life 
and potential... his passing 
is such a tragedy. He was 
such an important part of 
our program and he will 
be deeply missed." Former 
teammate Joac Williams 
states, "As time goes by I 
realize that my brother is 
not here anymore. You will 
always be loved and never 
forgotten, my brother Mo 
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Gmd^^ation 204)8 • 

Graduation^l)' ^ 



By: Abbey Bennett 

On Saturday May 10, 2008, Delta State 
University celebrated their 81st Spring Com- 
mencement ceremony inside Walter Sillers Col- 
iseum on campus. James T. Harvey, a former 
Delta State graduate and the Executive Vice 
President of Global Distribution Services and 
Chief Information Officer of Hilton Hotels 
Corporation, delivered the keynote address. 
In his address, Harvey prompted many Delta 
State graduates to make the right choices in 
life: that right actions matter and that success 
comes from the relationships you make. Har- 
vey is also a member of the Delta State Hall 
of Fame. Following his graduation from Delta 
State, Harvey earned an MBA from the Uni- 
versity of Memphis. Harvey was named Delta 
State University's Outstanding Alumnus of the 
Year in 2005. He also serves on the Delta State 
University Foundation Board of Directors 

Brandi Lyle Ward, a music major of Drew, 
Spencer D. Richardson, a biology major of 
Gulfport, and Mary Katherine Dempsey, a 
mathematics major of Ft. Payne, Ala., were 
awarded the First Diplomas during this years 
Spring Commencement. The First Diploma is 
presented to the four-year graduating senior 
with the highest grade point average on a mini- 




Johnny Hunsucker, Bonnie Keene 

and John Coleman help each other 

fix their growns before entering the 



ceremony. 



Ashley Fulgham, an art major of 

Cleveland, shows her excitement for 

graudation. 



mum of 1 1 2 hours of academic credit at Delta 
State. 

Frances Clair Brewer, an accountancy major 
of Greenwood, received the Second Diploma. 
The Second Diploma is presented to the two- 
year graduating senior with the highest grade 
point average on a minimum of 60 hours of 
academic credit at Delta State University. 

Dr. Phyllis Bunn, Professor of Office Ad- 
ministration was presented the S.E. Kossman 
Outstanding Faculty Award. Patti Boswell, se- 
nior secretary in the office of Field Experiences 
in the College of Education, was presented the 
H.L. Nowell Outstanding Staff Award. 

During this springs commencement Coach 
Dave 'Bod Ferriss was presented with a framed 
honorary degree. Delta State presented one 
of its highest honors- an honorary Doctor of 
Public Service degree to Ferriss, Delta States 
legendary baseball coach. 



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James T. Harvey, Executive Vice 
President of Global Distribution Ser- 
vices and Chief Information Officer 
of Hilton Hotels Corporation, deliv- 
ered the keynote. 




A proud graduate glances at the 
stage looking forward to her moment 
to shine. 



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Deborah Katherine 
Brick 

Omicron Delta Kappa 

Order of Omega 

SGA Cabinet 

Miss DSU 

Delta Delta Delta 

Greek Woman of the Year 2008 



Michael Jamaal 
Eubanks 

Phi Eta Sigma 

Ail-American football player 

Presidents & Deans List Scholar 

National Football Foundation 

Collese Hall of Fame 




Jonathan David 
Hunsucker 

Psi Chi 

Order of Omega 

Omicron Delta Kappa 

Psycholog)- Club 

Kappa Sigma 

Greek Man of the Year 2008 




Erik DeWan 
Taylor 

( )inicron Delta Kapjj; 
Mu Phi Epsilon 
Student Director oi 
Orientation 
Renaissance 
Drum Major 
SGA Senator 




Lauren Whitney 
Vance 

Omicron Delta Kappa 

Order of Omega 

Orientation Leader 

Renaissance 

Kappa Delta 

Miss Delta State 

University 



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Davlon Hankins 
Miller 

Omicron Delta Kappa 

SGA Senator 

Student Director of the Union 

Dean's and President's List 




Dustin Louis 
Pambianchi 

Omicron Delta Kappa 

Order of Omega 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

Greek Man of the Year 2007 

Orientation Leader 



Amanda Nicole 
Stallings 

SGA Senator 
SGA Executive Cabinet 

Phi Mu Fraternity 

Omicron Delta Kappa 

President's and Dean's List 



The Delta State University Hall of Fame was established in 
1972 to give recognition to those students who demonstrate 
outstanding achievements in all their college endeavors. The 
students inducted into the Hall of Fame reflect excellence in 
various areas of student life, such as academics, athletics, ser- 
vice, leadership, Greek life, and overall involvement at Delta 
State. It is the highest honor bestowed upon any student at 
Delta State. 



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By. Mary Beth Johnson and Nathan Duff 



The Board of Trustees of the Insti- 
tutions of Higher Learning adopted a 
proposal that will dramatically reduce 
the amount of money that Delta State 
receives from the state legislature. The 
plan calls for an incremental decrease 
in the percentage of state funds allo- 
cated to Delta State, Mississippi Valley 
State, Alcorn State, 
Mississippi Univer- 
sity for Women, 
and University of 
Southern Missis- 
sippi. Ole Miss, Mis- 
sissippi State and 
Jackson State will 
see their allocations 
increase. The in- 
cremental decreas- 
es are scheduled to 
take place over the 
course of a six-year 
period. By year 
six, the allocation 
to DSU will be 
$5,276,587. Dr. 
Hilpert indicated 
that the six-year plan gives the university 
a window of opportunity in which to seek 
new money from the legislature, increase 
enrollments, and implement more effi- 
cient budgets in order to offset the worst 
effects of the allocation decrease. 

DSU and the other small schools face 
tuition increases and the loss of programs 
and faculty members if the Boards pro- 
posal holds. "It^ harming two things that 
make small universities attractive - small 
classes and lower tuition',' said Dr. Wil- 
liam Hays, chair of the languages and 
literature department. 

Analysis by the University Budget Com- 
mittee (UBC) will be in five subject areas: 




financial aid, auxiliary operations, 
athletic programs, administrative pro- 
grams, and academic programs. The 
UBC will meet throughout the year to 
report in the areas and develop tem- 
plates. These templates are projected 
to be completed by April 2009. 
"DSU brings this region together 
like no other 
institution. We 
deal with is- 
sues unique to 
our area. This 
school has a 
character and 
a mission that 
is like no other 
in the world. It 
seems that the 
IHL has other 
ideas about our 
school" says se- 
nior Nathan 
Duff. 

Oppo- 
sition to the 
IHL budget 
cuts for DSU has been high since a 
Student Walk-Out held last April. 
Students walked out in the middle of 
class for a rally to express their distress . 
TV stations from Greenville, Jackson 
and Memphis covered the event. 
Norquist was present at the rally to 
give his support to the university. 

If we make enough noise, 
maybe the folks in the Mississippi 
Legislature will look more closely at 
just how valuable Delta State is, and 
will take steps to ensure that the uni- 
versity that has given us so much will 
be available to our younger brothers 
and sisters and to our children. 




(Above) Students listen closely to the 
panel of speakers opposed to the budget 
cuts. 

(Middle) Representative David Norquist, 
a DSU alumnus speaks and shows his 
support for Delta State. 

(Buttom) Many students in the crowd 
made signs to show their option and sup- 
port for their school. 



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By: Mary Beth Johnson 

Delta Stated new logo was 
unveiled at Pig Pickiri leaving 
mixed feelings aimong students 
for the marketing plan and 
logo itself. The new logo is a 
part of a marketing campaign 
developed over three years 
to bring in more students to 
DSU. "I don't like it, but it 
was a good attempt to change 
things up" said Bradley Davis, 
junior interdisciplinary stud- 
ies major. Designs for the new 
logo were submitted through 
a campus-wide contest during 
the spring 2008 semester. Dr. 
Michelle Roberts, Vice Presi- 
dent for University Relations 
said they got a "good mix" of 
artwork, with 7 1 submissions 
to the contest from students, 
alumni, faculty, and even 




members of the Cleveland 
community. Reviewing the 
artwork was the Marketing 
Advisory Committee, com- 
prised of representatives for 
students, the different colleges, 
and administration. Five de- 
signs were chosen for different 
components of the logo. From 
there, the Educational Market- 
ing Group in Colorado devel- 
oped the new logo and tagline 
for Delta State. 

"The goal is to establish 
a strong Delta State presence 
beyond the State with the 
intention of being recognized 
as the best regional university 
in the country,' said Michael 
Gann, Director of Communi- 
cations and M£irketing. "The 
new logo presents a modern 
appearance while still main- 
taining the classic, traditional 



lines of the previous symbol!' 
Funding came from three 
sources on campus, including 
the DSU Foundation, Alumni 
Association, and the DSU bud- 
get. Delta State President Dr. 
John Hilpert reported that the 
Foundation and Alumni gave 
a combined $100,000 to the 
plan. 

He also said $120,000 
will go towards purchasing 
various media for the market- 
ing campaign, such as televi- 
sion and radio air time and 
billboards. Phasing in the new 
logo will continue over the 
next year and be completed by 
the 2009 fall semester. New 
commercials were filmed dur- 
ing the 2007 fall semester and 
will air on television networks 
around the state. 



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The Student Government Association plays an integral role on the Delta State campus. 
The Executive Cabinet consists of six elected officals as well as 1 2 appointed directors. This 
group of students encourages the student body to participate in events and forums designed 
to promote student interaction and community involvement. The Student Senate as well as 
Student Court are active in their legislation and cases. The Student Court hears a wide variety 
of cases especially from traffic citations. 




Row 1: Kate Kinnison, Vanessa Washington, Tara Dunn, Emily Hearn, Katie Morrison, Angela Liang, and Haley 
Sligh. Row 2: Tracy Peyton, Katy Smith, Andrea Barham, Daniel Miller, Seth Duhs, Drew Barham, Emily McCain, 
Carley Jane Murdock, Dixie Griffin, Taylor Miller, Carrie Willis, and Jonathan Street. 



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Committed to Excellence 




Drew Barham 

President 



Seth Duhs 
Vice President 



Angela Liang 
Chief Justice 



Katie Morrison 

Secretary 




Haley Sligh 
Treasurer 




Tracy Peyton 

Attorney General 



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Row 1: Sarah Brumfield, Jondelyn Doler, Angela Liang, Yarkiema Doss, 
Mary Shields, Keri Bennett, Ashley King. Row 2: Deborah Brick, Davlon 
Miller, Emily McCain, Austin Childress, Betsy Barron, Andrea Barham, 
Drew Barham, Chris Trawick, John Johnson. Row 3: Deniger Cobb, John 
Coleman, Atavis Campbell, Pamela Mangrum, Carley Jane Murdock, Am- 
ber Harrison, Lee Karen Portera, Johnny Hunsucker, Lacey Mixon, Chris- 
topher Adam, Jarald Ulmer. Row 4: Brandon Thomas, Will Everitt, Bradley 
Davis, Andrew Holley, Charlie Harrist, Margo Baker, Kyle Loftis. 





The students were intrigued while 
watching the legislators discusss issues 
about Mississippi schools and other 
related topics 



Rep. John Mayo (at left), 25th 
House District, of Clarksdale, visits 
with Delta State student Lee Karen 
Portera of Grenada, during the an- 
nual Delta State University Brown 
Bag Luncheon at the Capitol in 
Jackson. 




By: Angela Liang 

On March 27, 2008, a group of 34 students along with Student Government Asso- 
ciation advisor, Linda Ross, and Vice President of Student Affairs, Dr. Wayne Blansett, 
traveled to the state Capitol to meet and converse with state representatives regarding 
issues and concerns related to Delta State University. This tradition of the Brown Bag 
Luncheon has been very successful for the university, since it is still one of only a few 
universities in Mississippi which visits legislators annually to talk about matters close to 
Delta State. 

While there, the students watched and listened to the discussions the legislators were 
having while they were in session from the upstairs House gallery. They also gained 
the opportunity to hone their lobbying skills while meeting many eminent Mississip- 
pians. Many of the students remarked how important they felt the trip was for Delta 
State since the legislators heard first-hand how imperative it is to fully fund higher edu- 
cation as well as maintain tuition costs at all public universities in the state. 



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Director Drew Barham tion Leaders Casey Harlow 

helps Alonte Abrams, an and Kelli Douglass pose 

incoming freshman find for a picture during their 

his way. busy day. 




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Orientation 



By:Marya Paolillo 

"Hello and welcome to this 
special college edition of Deal 
or No Deal at Delta State 
University! Today one lucky 
college kid will get his chance 
to play for the ultimate col- 
lege experience right here at 
Delta Stater says Seth Duhs, 
playing Howie from Deal or 
No Deal. The theme of this 
years Orientation was DSU 
Deal or No Deal, a spin off 
of the new TV game show. 
Student Director McKenzie 
Mclntire comments on the 
theme, "The new students 
seemed to really love our 
theme for Orientation this 
year. As a senior, its exciting 
to see the incoming freshmen 
so excited about joining the 
Delta State family' The ob- 
jective of the game is to pick 



DSU DEAL 

OR 
NO DEAL 



the case with the college ex- 
perience of a lifetime. Each 
case held by the "models" has 
a different item related to col- 
lege and to Delta State. The 
main goal of the Orientation 
skit was to show Delta States 
qualities in a fun way, even 
Orientation leader Chris 
Eccles played the part of a 
model. The day was full of 
events of getting to know Del- 
ta State and its campus and 
meeting new friends. "Being 
an Orientation Leader and 
then Student Diiector not 



only taught me a lot about 
myself, but also about Delta 
State - about its history and 
its aims for the future. I was 
bettering myself while help- 
ing others, and it seemed 
like two summers of nothing 
but fun;' says Drew Barham, 
student director, about his 
experience of being an Ori- 
entation leader. The 2008 
Orientation team included: 
Debbie Abide, director, Drew 
Barham, student director, 
McKenzie Mclntire, student 
director, Ken Amos, Taylor 
DeLoach, Kelli Douglass, 
Seth Duhs, Tara Dunn, Chris 
Eccles, Casey Harlow, Sean 
Harrison, Laura Howarth, 
Matt Melton, Katie Morrison, 
Marya Paolillo, Dan Patrick, 
and Gina Whitmire. 




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The golf team always 
puts their best foot forward 
or rather best club forward. 
Statesmen golfer Chase Smith 
was named to the Gulf South 
Conference's All-GSC Second 
Team. The golf team plays at 
tournaments here and there, 
which include the Valdosta 
State University Collegiate 
Classic, where the Statesmen 
totaled at 940 for a three round 
event to finish in fifteenth 
place overall. The Delta State 
University golf team wrapped 
up another tournament at the 
Matlock Collegiate Classic in 
Lakeland, Florida. Delta State 
finished in fourteenth place with 
a three day total of 924. The 
Statesmen were led by Brandon 
Hartzell, who finished with a 12- 
over par 228. Hartzell finished 
in 36th place. Lee Rhodus and 
Chase Smith both finished the 
tournament with a total of 232, 
while Trent Adams and Austin 
Smithers closed shooting 233 
and 242 respectively. Delta 
state golfers continue to practice 
hard for the upcoming season. 

Men's Basketball 

The Statesmen 
Basketball Team started off 
their 2007-2008 season with 
hard work, a fresh new batch 
of athletes, and ready to claim 
victory. The Statesmen began 
with 1 1 new players this year 
after completing the 06-07 
season with a victorious 18-10 
overall record in Coach Jason 
Conners first season. Senior 
forward Johnny Hodge, an All- 
GSC Second Team selection in 
2006-07, returned ready to lead 
the backcourt for DSU. 

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Chad Akins, last seasons co-GSC 
West Division Freshman of the 
Year, also returned to direct the 
Statesmen offense. The Statesmen 
put the best effort forward the 
entire season long, concluding 
with a triumphant 14-12 overall 
record, and 8-6 in the Gulf South 
Conference. The Statesmen 
are looking forward to a more 
rewarding year to come under 
Coach Jason Conner, hopeful that 
his third year is the charm. 

Women's Basketball 

The Lady Statesmen started 
out their 2007-2008 season ranked 
7th in the Womens Division II. 
After the first five games of the 
season the Lady Statesmen claimed 
the No. 2 spot for Division II with 
a record of 5-0. This ranking was 
the highest for the Lady Statesmen 
since Jan. 11,2001. The top- 
ranked Lady Statesmen closed their 
regular season play in early March 
with an impeccable record of 26-0 
and 14-0 in the GSC, becoming 
only the second team in DSU 
history to finish the regular season 
undefeated. Coach Rushing led 
the Lady Statesmen to a 3rd Gulf 
South Conference Championship 
and a third straight trip to the 
NCAA regional tournament. The 
Lady Statesmen (32-0) dominated 
the championship and were 
crowned the NCAA South Region 
Champions for the twelfth time, 
and earned their first trip to the 
NCAA Elite Eight since 2000. 
While at the Elite Eight the Lady 
Statesmen advanced to the Final 
Four with a still undefeated record 
of 33-0, in their first appearance 
since the 1995-1996 seasons. The 
Lady Statesmen ended their season 
with a storybook 33-1 record in 
NCAA Division II Final Four Play. 



Swimming and Diving 

The Lady Statesmen 
and Statesmen finished up 
a strong 2007-2008 season. 
The NSISC Championships 
concluded with the Lady 
Statesmen in second and the 
Statesmen in third. For the 
second year in a row, Brian 
Hein was named the NSISC 
Womans Coach of the Year 
award. Lady Statesmen 
freshman Mery Tervioglu 
earned the Most Valuable 
Swimmer Award. The team 
later traveled to Missouri 
to compete in the NCAA 
Championship. After four days 
of intense competition the Lady 
Statesmen finished tied for 
22nd place and the Statesmen 
finished 19th. Even though the 
team fell short of there first 
national title they have high 
expectations for the upcoming 
season. 





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Mr. and Miss DSU 




Sarah Brumfield & Dan Patrick 



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Brumfield, of Cleveland, is a senior biology/pre- 
physicai iherapy major. She is a member of Phi 
Mu Fraternity where she has served as Spirits and 
Elections chair, Public Relations Committee chair, 
Recommendations chair, Panhellenic officer, and 
Membership director. She is the Student Director of 
the Union, and is a member of Diamond Cirls and 
Student Alumni Association. Biumfield has served as 
secretary, vice president, senate secretary, and senate 
president of the Student Government Association. 
She is a member of Omicron Delta Kappa National 
Leadership Honor Society, Order of Omega Greek 
Leadership Honor Society, Phi Eta Sigma National 
Freshman Honor Society, and is a C^aieer Services 
Ambassador. She was a senior Homecoming Maid 
in 2008, a Beauty and Most Photogenic in the 
Most Beautiful Pageant. Brumlleld is a Deans List 
student. When asked what she likes about Delta 
State, she replied, "Delta State University has given 
me opportunities to better myself and succeed 
academically. I believe my experiences heie at DSU 
have shaped me to be the person I am txxlayr She is 
the daughter of George and Jeanie Brumfield. 



rs a senior nursmg major. 
Kappa Alpha Fraternity, 



(Council where he served as president. He 
is also a membei' of the Student Ninsiny 



was an Orientation Leader in 2007 and 2008. 

He was elected Sophomore C^lass Favorite, a 

DSU Cheerleadei in 2007 and 2008, a 2007 

2th Man, and served as a resident hall assistant 

in 2007-08. When asked what his likes about 

Delta State he replied, "I like the small classes, 

the friendliness of the faculty, always seeing 

people you know walkin" to classes and the 






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Joel Young 




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Four Delta State Students competed for the title of the Miss Delta State University in areas 
of interview, evening gown, swimsuit, on-stage interview, and talent for a chance to compete in 
the Miss Mississippi Pageant held in Vicksburg in July. The contestants were Amber Harrison, an 
English Education major from Grenada, Lauren Vance, a marketing major from Grenada, Kath- 
erine Grant, a music education major from Tupelo, and Ashley Jackson, a photography major 
from Byram. 

After a night of entertainment presented by the Student Government Association and the 
pagent board, Lauren Vance was crowned Miss Delta State University by the reigning Miss Delta 
State University Coriss Watson. Vance was also awarded the Career Service Interview Award. 

With a Theme of "Love Is a Wonderful Thing" entertainment was preformed by Ashey 
Brown, Hillary Rogers, Jordon Sims, Ann Marie Myers, Drew Barham, Michael Lipford, and 
Corbin White. Linda Ross served as the Executive Director, James Donald Cooper served as 
Master of Ceremomies and Erick Taylor served as Production Director with Assistant Production 
Director Hillary Rogders. 




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Gina Whitmire, Victoria Havens, Coriss Watson, Deborah Brick, Amber Ray, Rhononda Beckworth. 



Every year on the Delta State University campus, a pageant sponsored by the Student 
Government Association and produced by the DSU Pageant Board presents one female with 
the honor of being crowned Most Beautiful. Each of the 34 contestants competed in both an 
interview and evening gown competition vying for the coveted Most Beautiful title. Three 
esteemed judges narrowed down the competition to the top 1 1 contestants, from where the 
awards for Most Photogenic, Most Beautiful, and Beauties are given. The Most Photogenic honor 
was given to Rhononda Beckworth, a sophomore social work major of Indianola. The 2008 
Beauties are Gina Whitmire, a junior finance major of Clarksdale; Victoria Havens, a biology 
major of Southaven; Deborah Brick, a senior graphic design/marketing major of Oxford, and 
Amber Ray, a junior elementary education major of Hernando. The crown for Most Beautiful 
was presented to Coriss Watson, a senior music education major of Grenada. James Donald 
Cooper served as master of ceremonies, and Dr. James Robinson served as pageant musician for 
the evening gown competition. Special entertainment was provided by Madison Roberts and 
Brandi Ward. 




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The top 1 1 contestants stand proudly and beautifully while the 
judges make theii" final decisions. (From Left to Right) Gina 
Whitmiie, Amber Ray, Gate Rowe, Deborah Brick, Coriss Watson, 
Efia Mentuhotep, Sarah Brumfield, Megan Frazier, Dixie Griffin, 
Morgan Nail, and Victoria Havens. 



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Greek week is 
a time for all Greek 
organizations on campus 
to come together and 
enjoy a number of 
different events. It 
has become quite a 
tradition on the Delta 
State campus. This year 
each Greek organization 
donated pennies to raise 
money for the Molly 
Miles fund. Tuesday 
was full of games on the 
quad that consisted of a 
three legged race, egg 
toss, tug-of-war, and a 



hoola hoop game. The 
week's events came to a 
close with quite popular 
annual multicultural step 
show that was held in the 
gym this year due to the 
rain. 

This years Greek 
banquet was held earlier 
during the week. Delta 
State Alumni Tyron 
Jackson a member 
of the Alpha Phi 
Alphi Fraternity and 
currently the Interim 
Dean of Graduate and 
Continuing studies at 



Delta State was this years 
guest speaker. 

This years Greek 
Man of the Year, for 
IFC, went to Johnny 
Hunsucker and this 
years Greek Woman of 
the Year for Panhellenic 
Council went to Deborah 
Brick. The Greek Man 
of the Year for Pan- 
Hellenic went to Travis 
Metcalf and Greek 
Woman of the Year for 
IFC went to Chanell 
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Greek Women and Greek Men of the year show stand proudly 

with their awards. From left to right: Deborah Brick, Chanell 

Shorter, Travis Mecalf, and Jonhnny Hunsucker. 



Alphas Anthony Faizer and 

Rickie Thomas do their best 

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Tri Delta and Zetas show off Fraternity brothers pair up to 
their talent at the Step Show beat other fraternities in the 
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was time for the Annual Springfest. On April 10th, 
due to weather, Springfest was held inside of the 
Wyatt Gymnasium. However, this did not stop the 
students from coming out and enjoying themselves. 
There were various activities and fundraisers set up 
in the gymnasium. There were long lines waiting for 
airbrush tattoos, wax hand molding, and butt sketch- 
es. Among those activities there was also, bull riding, 
miniature golf, basketball, and many other things 
the students could enjoy. Later that night a free con- 
cert was held in Sillers Coliseum. That nights guest 
was Ingram Hill and Nappy Roots. Students packed 
the Coliseum to dance and sing along with all the 
songs that were played that night. 



(Below) Lead guitarist Phil 

Bogard and lead vocalist 

Justin Moore of Ingram 

Hill jam out the night of 

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(Left) Mary Katherine 
Dempsey holds on to the 
mechanical bull for as long 
as she can. 

(Below) Pikes Will Rodgers 
and Zach Warrington laugh 
at each other's mess at their 
booth. 



Tar Left) Union Director 
Linda Ross chills backstage 
mth a bandmate of Nappy 
Roots. 



(Left) Hannah Walt ad- 
mires her airbrush tattoo. 



(Above left) Students Ashley Edmond, Kath- 
erine Grant, Rosemary Collins, Shantrice 
Gaston, and Demetria Myles joins in for a 
group shot with Nappy Roots. 



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was fun for all new and 
returning students! Due 
to weather, Monday- 
events were moved to 
Tuesday. Students came 
out to the Organiza- 
tion Fair and left being 
more involved on cam- 
pus. The Foam Party 
was once again a big hit 
and brought out all the 
students. Wednesday 
was jam packed with 
events for everyone on 
campus. 



As students ate lunch 
and relaxed in the 
Union there was an 
area set up to have 
a digital caricature 
made of them. Also, 
Freshman enjoyed 
frozen treats at the 
Presidents House. 
If the night was free 
students could go and 
watch the movie Iron 
Man. The week went 
out with a splash as 
friends enjoyed Wet 
Inflatables on the 
Quad. 




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(Above) The Girls' Basketball 
Team enjoy the Wet Inflatable 
Slide together. 

(Left) Students dance and 
float through the foam out at 
the swimming pool park lot 
Tuesday evenins 




(Left) Freshmen enjoy a 
funny conversation with 
Vice President of Student 
Affairs Dr. Blansett. 



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Mississippi Senator and DSU alumni, 

Bob Bearing, and US Senator Thad 

Cochean wave to the crowd between 

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The football players huddle up to get 
fired up after the pep rally in States- 
men Park. 

Many volunteers serve the delicious 
Pig Pickin' BBQ before the game. 





By: Mercedes Patterson 

September 12 and 13, 2008 
marked the date of Delta State Uni- 
versities 23rd Annual Pig Pickin'. The 
two-day-lon g event was kicked off Friday 
night with performances by 
Donna Gregory and Back 
40. On Saturday, alumni, 
faculty, staff, students, and 
Cleveland locals gathered 
in Statesmen Park to cel- 
ebrate the mighty States- 
men§ first home game. 
The main event of the fes- 
tivities was the famous Pig 
Pickin' Barbeque Cooking 
Competition, during which 
BBQ masters show off 
their prized recipes for the 
chance to be named best in 
show. Other events of the day included 
the DSU Triathlon, a reunion for the 
class of 1960-1962, live entertainment 
by DSU^ very own "Of Skool Revue", 
and a pep rally lead by the DSU cheer- 
leaders. "Join in. Stand Out!' the new 
tagline and logo for DSU was also pre- 
sented during the daylong event. Pig 
Pickin' was an enjoyable day for all in 
attendance, and ended in a victory for 
the Statesmen beating UA-Monticello 
37-31. 



Statesmen Park was packed with tents of alumni, Greek or- 
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By: Abbey Bennett 

This year^ homecoming activities and festivi- 
ties were held October 27th-Novemeber 1st to 
the theme of Kickin It Old School: Delta State 
Throughout the Decades with different activi- 
ties throughout the week. Monday and Tuesda)^ 
activities were held on the Quad. Monday some 
of the sororities and fraternity participated in 
lip-sync contest, in which they had a time limit 
of five minutes to lip-sync and dance to a song 
or combination of songs. Tuesda)S activities 
included games on the Quad, such as a three 
legged race and tug a war contest. The next two 
days included activities with food; Wednesday an 
okra eating contest took place in the Cafe and 
Thursday was a pumpkin carving contest on the 
Quad. All of these activities led up to the Kickin 
It Old School themed pep rally on Friday where 
hog dogs were provided and live entertainment 
from members of Phi Mu Alpha Fraternity. Dur- 
ing half-time on Saturda)S game Kelli Douglass 
was named and crowned Homecoming Queen. 
The Statesmen defeated Arkansas Tech 48-14 
making a great ending to this years Homecom- 
ing week. 



(Right) Kappa Delta cheers for the Football 

team Friday evening at the Kickin' it Old 

School pep rally. 

(Far Right) Drew Luckett throws his hands 

up in excitment because he won the okra 

eating contest. 

(Bottom) Brothers of Kappa Alpha Order 

tag team it and get in step with one another 

to run the three legged race on the Quad. 





Tri Delta came in first place at the Lip S\nc contest danc- 
ing and singing to a vision of Ridin Dirty called White and 
Nerdy. 



Fast and creativity put Phi Mu in first place for the Pump- 
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Kelli Douglass named 2008 Homecoming Queen 




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Sarah Brumfield 

Senior 
Homecoming Maid 



Lacey Mixon 

Junior 
Homecoming Maid 



Dixie Griffin 

Sophomore 
Homecoming Maid 



Sarah Strickland 

Freshman 
Homecoming Maid 



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McKenzie 
Mclntire 

Senior 
Homecoming Maid 



Gina Whitmire 

Junior 
Homecoming Maid 



Haley Sligh 

Sophomore 
Homecoming Maid 



Kayla Woods 

Freshman 
Homecoyning Maid 



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Fall cmiimencenient 

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By: Claire Gore 

Delta State University held its fall commencement on December 13, 
2008, in Walter Sillers Coliseum. This commencement celebrated the 82nd 
Delta State University commencement. 40 1 graduates collected degrees ranging 
from Doctoral degrees to Master^ and Bachelor^ degrees. Delta State University 

awards its First i — :: .■^-^m<^^-'m 1 Diploma to the four-year 

with the highest grade 
minimum of 11 2 hours of 
Delta State. This award 
John Spencer Strickland, 
a Bachelor of Fine Arts 
concentration in graphic 
Virgil Warren, graduated 
Music Education degree. 
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to the two-year graduating senior with the highest grade point average on a 

minimum of 62 hours of academic credit at Delta State. This award was given 

to Matthew Brett Hyatt, graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology. 

The keynote address was given by the 2008 S. E. Kossman Outstanding 

Faculty Award winner, Dr. Phyllis Bunn, professor of business administration. 

Her wise words were given in her address titled "What I Know For Sure!' Dr. 

Bunn encouraged the graduates to love and have faith in themselves and their 

endeavors. Her address told the graduates to focus on respecting others, save 

for the future, and to be a leader. "I know for sure that for a successful journey 

through life, you have to have a clear 
picture of yourself and your destination^ 
Bunn said. She promoted the idea of 
leading ones own life and not letting 
people, events, or situations take the lead. 
Dr. Bunn offered a plan for the graduates 
to know the destination they wanted to 
attain. "There will be hindrances along 
the way, but look past the hindrances and 
on to success!' A great piece of advice 
issued by Dr. Bunn is to, "follow your 
heart and instincts. Have faith in your 
abilities, and you can reach your dreams!' 




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Alumnus of the Year for 2008. 
Jernberg entered DSU in 1961 to 
study history. Since 
his election as 
president of the 
Student Government 
Association, he has 
had a career built on 
leadership skills. His 
Delta State education 
and friends have 
made such an impact 
that Jernberg credits 
much of his success to 
his alma mater. "Any 
success I may have 
is due in great part 
to Delta State and 
the quality education and nurturing 
support the University has always 
provided and continues to offer its 
students" Jernberg said. Hunter Cade 
a DSU roommate of Jernbergs, said 
of him, "He has the same values. He 
gives a lot of credit to his family and 




Delta State, as well as his childhood in 
the Delta. Hes a solid Christian whose 
faith defines hiniT Jernbergs focus 
is on the students, their needs, and 
their accomplishments. 
Jernbergs dedication 
and love for DSU is 
stronger than ever. For 
two years, he served 
as president of the 
DSU Foundation. He 
is also a past president 
of the DSU Alumni 
Association. Jernberg 
spoke fondly of his 
experience, "After a 
very short time at Delta 
State, I was so attached 
to the school that I 
wouldn't go anywhere 
else. It embraced me and I was 
grateful for the opportunities I had 
there: the academic growth, the values, 
and the chance to mature socially' 

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By Thomas Wetzel 

"Change We Can Beheve In" and 
"Country First',' were the slogans that will 
forever go down in history for bringing 
out the most voters in any election in 
American history to date. 

Presidential nominees Senator Barack 
Obama and Senator John McCain, both 
flew to the University of Mississippi on 
September 26, 2008. Here, along with 
swarms of college students from all the 
Miss, institutions, the Republican and 
Democratic presidential candidates came 
to debate their ideals for a new era of 
American government. 

Democratic nominee, Obama, spoke 
first to the audience regarding the 
financial economic crisis where he firmly 
stated "We have to move swiftly... more 
wisely. And I've put forward a series of 
proposals that make sure that we protect 
taxpayers as we engage in this important 
rescue effort!' 

Later in the debate. Republican 
nominee, McCain addressed the question 
of military in Iraq as an efficient choice. 
He responded with, "The next president 
of the United States is not going to have 



to address the issue as to whether we went 
into Iraq or not. The next President of the 
United States is going to have to decide 
how we leave, when we leave, and what 
we leave behind!' 

By the end of the debate, the senators' 
influence on the crowd was almost split 
down the middle. There was no clear cut 
victor of the meet, however good and bad 
points were pointed out in both of their 
speeches and campaign strategies. 

On November 5, in Chicago, in front 
of an estimated 250,000 people, the new 
president-elect, Barack Obama faced 
Americans and said, "The road ahead 
will be long. Our climb will be steep. We 
may not get there in one year of even 
one term, but America — I have never 
been more hopeful than I am tonight 
that we will get there. I promise you — as 
a people, we'll get there!" According to 
CNN Obama had 365 electoral votes 
(53%) and McCain had 173 (46%). 

The new 44th President of the United 
States was officially sworn in on January 
20, 2009 with over one million attendees. 
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(Left) Models of windmills 
were made and displayed in the 
grove to demonstrate McCains 
support of wind energy. (Right) 
A crowd of anxious students, 
reporters, and supporters 
eagerly await for the nominees 
to speak. 



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By: Emily Peacock 

With the snow still falling, Dr. Richard Waters and the Delta State Chorale set out on their 
trip to the nation^ capital during spring break. After getting there safely, the choir attended the 
National Symphony Orchestra on Saturday night. On Sunday, the choir performed a 25-minute 
prelude before the Evensong Mass at the Washington National Cathedral. "You almost couldn't 
concentrate on singing there, it was just so beautiful",' said Meg Bennett, a freshman chorale 
member. On Monday, the choir was left to take in all that the Capital had to offer. Many choir 
members visited the White House, the Archives building, the Washington Monument, the 
Lincoln Memorial, the Arlington Cemetery, the Holocaust Museum, the WWII Memorial and 
various other sites. Dr. Waters said of the experience, "It was breathtaking, it was something that 
all of us will remember for the rest of our lives!' 



Some of the students 

stop and take a 

picture to remember 

their experience. 



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of the Washington 

National Cathedral. 




Meg Bennett and Meg 
Dennis pose in front 
of the Washington 
Monument. 



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Viking Range Corporations founder Fred Carl (center) holds a vintage Peavey 
electric guitar with a Viking Range scene painted on the front. The instrument 
was hand painted with oils by Delta State University Dean of the College of Arts 8c 
Sciences Collier Parker (at left). Pictured are: (from left) Parker, Mrs. Mary Peavey, 
Fred Carl, Margaret Carl, and Hartle)' Peavey, founder and CEO of Peavey, one of 
the largest, most diversified, independently owned suppliers of musical instruments 
and professional sound equipment in the world. 



By: Matthew Breazeale 

In just little over a year Whitfield 
Gymnasium has been transformed fi'om a 
gym to world class recording facility where 
those interested can pursue a career in 
recording arts and music industry or just 
to sing to their hearts content. In the late 
summer of 2007, progress was underway in 
turning a worn outdated music studio into 
the top notch state-of-the-art studio worthy 
of the Delta regions various blues, jazz, and 
gospel influences. 

Funds secured through state and fed- 
eral agencies aided in renovation along with 
the 2003 donation from the Viking Range 
Corporation. Whitfields historical signifi- 
cance called for some architectural features 
of the building to be preserved such as some 
large windows and arches on the second 
floor, which contributed to the uniqueness of 



the project and importance of the labs and 
studios. 

What physically makes a recording 
studio? It definitely takes more the straw, 
sticks, and bricks for the next up and coming 
Howlih Wolf. 

The challenge of this type of con- 
struction was that blueprints didn't just call 
for building a room. Plans called for sound- 
proofing, materials designed specifically for 
acoustic rooms, extensive specialized wiring 
that could handle the delicate sound tech- 
nology, and other building elements attrib- 
uted to the creation of a recording studio. 
Nashville, Los Angeles, and New York are 
locations people think about when they hear 
"recording studio" but now Delta State can 
be added among those ranks of top notch 
studios for making a career out of the music 
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Tricia Walker shows off the new equirment and tries it out 
herself. 



An Open House was held at the beginning of the school year 
to show how far the facility as come along. 



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By: Abbey Bennett 

Delta State is the host to 48 international students that represent a variety of countries such as 

France, Brazil, Canada, Spain, India, Australia, Dominican Republic, Turkey, Germany, Korea, Portugal 

and Finland. Enrollment of international students has steadily 

grown as family and friends find out what Delta State has to 

offer. "International students find Delta State University, located 

in the Mississippi Delta, to be a friendly and a safe place to get 

an education", says DeAndre House, director of international 

students here on campus. 

The Office of Admissions assists students in getting 

admitted to the University and obtaining an 1-20. The 1-20 

document allows students to qualify for an F-1 student visa in 

order to enter the United States. The international student body 

on campus meets once a semester to bring the new and returning 

international students together. This allows the students to get to 

know each other and socialize with other students from different 

cultures. 

"Many of our international students on campus play sports, we have a big population of swimmers 

and soccer players',' says House. Tom Stantos, an international business major from Brazil and also a 

member of the football team, says he likes that its a small school 
and the teachers treat you well. "The education here in the U.S. 
is different than the education in Brazil;' says Stantos. Guilherme 
Russo, a political science major and tennis player at Delta State, 
says "The reason I came to Delta State is because I wanted a high 
quality education and I feel like I am getting that here!' He also 
mentioned he has good relationships with his teachers. Both 
Stantos and Russo feel that teachers and international students 
benefit from each other because they can share experiences as 
well as share their cultures. Jen Maier, a student from France 
shared that she originally wanted to go to Tampa but Delta State 
granted her a scholarship to play soccer. "My dad is an American 
and attended college in America. He told me that soccer was 
good in the U.S. and encouraged me to attend school here!' 




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By Amanda Smith 

In the spring of 2003, three young filmmakers traveled 
to Africa in search of a story. What started out as a filmmaking 
adventure transformed into much more when these boys from 
Southern California discovered a tragedy that disgusted and 
inspired them, a tragedy where children are both the weapons 
and the victims. 

After returning to the States, they created the documentary 
"Invisible Children: Rough Cut',' a film that exposes the tragic 
realities of northern Ugandas night commuters and child sol- 
diers. 

The film was originally shown to friends and family, but 
has now been seen by millions of people. The overwhelming 
response has been, "How can I help?" To answer this question, 
the non-profit Invisible Children, Inc. was created, giving 
compassionate individuals an effective way to respond to the 
situation. 

Since "Invisible Children: Rough Cut" was filmed in 2003, night commuting has ended for 
the children of northern Uganda. For the past two years, the region has been closer to peace than 
ever before. From June 2006 to March 2008 in Juba, Sudan, the Lord^ Resistance Army (LRA) 
and the Government of Uganda (GoU) engaged in a series of peace talks in order to end the 
conflict. These peace talks, supported by special envoys from the United States and other nations, 
allowed for the longest period of peace in northern Uganda^ 23-year war. 

The LRA launched a surprise attack on a village across the border from northern Uganda 
and kidnapped two classrooms full of fifth- and sixth-graders. Within six days, tens of thousands 
of people have fled their homes, fearing the rebels. 

Imagine the headlines if an event like this would get if it happened here. Ninety kids sto- 
len, hauled off into the forest to be used as soldiers. And yet, somehow, the lives of these children 
go unnoticed and unmentioned by the rest of the world. 

The DSU community has the opportunity to take notice and take a stand. On Wednesday, 
Oct. 8, at 6:30 p.m. in the Union State Room, "Invisible Children" came on campus screening the 
newest documentary, "Go!;' and informing people on how to get involved in changing the lives of 
the children in northern Uganda. 




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By: Jason Moorhead with additional 
informations from Wikipedia 

Tuesday to Thursday, Nov. 11-13, the Delta 
State University Theatre presented "Noises Off,' 
an outrageous comedy that had a little something 
for everyone. Both the advertisements and the 
performances program tagged it as, "A dirty, sexy 
comedy about a group of people performing a 
dirty, sexy comedy!" 

In his plot for Noises Off, writer Micheal Frayn 
plays on the concept of a play within a play, in 
this case a parodically dreadful sexy comedy titled 
"Nothing On" "Nothing On" is set in "a delightful 
16th-century posset mill" that has been converted 
to a modern dwelling for which renters are 
solicited. Each of the three acts of "Noises Off 
contains a performance of the first act of "Nothing 
On!' 

Act One is set at the dress rehearsal, the night 
before opening with the cast still fumbling with 
entrances and exits, missed cues, misspoken lines, 
and bothersome props, most notably several plates 
of sardines. 

Act Two portrays a Wednesday matinee 
performance one month later. In this act, the 
play is seen from backstage, providing a view that 
reveals the deteriorating personal relationships 
among the cast. 

In Act Three, we see a performance near the 
end of the ten-week run, when personal friction 



has continued to increase and everyone is bored 
and anxious to be done with the play. The actors 
attempt to cover up a series of mishaps but only 
compound the problems and draw attention to the 
bungling performance. 

Much of the comedy emerges from the subtle 
variations in each version as off-stage chaos 
affects on-stage performance, with a great deal of 
slapstick. The contrast between players' on-stage 
and off-stage personalities is also a source of comic 
dissonance. 

Dotty Otley, the line-forgetting off-set love 
interest of Garry Lejeune, was played by Morgan 
Ricks. Jonathan Smith played Lloyd Dallas, 
the angry, seemingly washed-up director. Andy 
Howell played the hilarious, jealousy-ridden Garry 
Lejeune. Amber Roy played Brooke Ashton, while 
Cassie Coats portrayed Poppy Norton-Taylor, both 
off-set sex interests of the director. 

Jeremiah Matthews played Frederick Fellowes, 
an oblivious and easily injured character. Claire 
Dean played the annoyingly funny Belinda 
Blair, possibly the only character really trying to 
keep "Nothing On" on track. Tim Allgood, the 
overworked and multi-talented assistant stagehand, 
was played by Cameron Griffin, and Troy Hodges 
played the drunken, overwhelmingly hilarious 
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Ashton Aldciiiiaii, Biidgcl Baioiu, Aiulici B.iiliani. AiiiIki BariRs, ktii IWiincit, Laiiicii Buoiit-. Bkh.U' 
Brannan, Sara Kate Brewer, Alice Buehler, Chelsea Carr, Henle)' Cooper, Amanda Cornelisoii, Kendell Cra^^■ford, 
Ta)lor DeLoach, Brittany Davis, Holly Davis, Mary Mac Drake, Diana Dunn, Brittany Eikner, Lindsey Pagan, 
Katie Farmer, Ginny Gates, Rachael Gavin, Lynsey Giachelli , Dixie Griffin, Kathryn Harlow, Lacey Haynes, 
Brigham Heinsz, Emily Herrick, Fawn Horton, Katie Hunt, Katilin Ingram, Ashley King, Kate Kinnison, Lindsey 
Lott, Chelsea Latham, Kayla MacMillan, Michele Malatesta, Maegan Maloney, Falla McCallum, Maggie McCellan, 
Mckenzie Mclntire, Rhonda Mitchell, Kate Moreland, Katie Morrison, Melissa Nason, Amber Neal, Ashley 
Neal, Krystle Ozols, Mercedes Patterson, Tracy Peyton, Teresa Pongetti, Elissa Rogers, Rachael Rosenthal, Gate 
Roue Chiistme Rustom Erika Sanfoid Hale\ Sligh, Anna Smith, Hannah Walt, Callie Ward, Hale\ Wells. Gina 
Whitmire Le\i Wood 




National Chapter 

Founder: 

1897 



Chapter: 
Gamma Psi 



Flower: 
White Rose 



Symbol: 
Teddy Bear 



Colors: 
Olive Green 

and 
Pearl White 



Phi Beta Sigma 



National Chapter 

Founder: 

1914 



Chapter: 
Xi Beta 



Flower: 
White Carnation 



Symbol: 
Dove 



Colors: 
Royal Blue 

and 
Pure White 




James Davidson, Jed Jones, Chris Eccles, Nick Evans, Myron Gilmore, Darius Johnson, Larry Scott, Jesse 
Pedyfoot, Justin Wraggs. 




Kappa Sigma 




Row 1: Patrick Roach, Lance Vaughn, Bryan Strickland, Chris Smith, Brad Elkins, Noal Dendy, Matt 
Kennedy, Josh Evre, Ryan Wolfe, Jesse Flowers. Row 2: David Hudson, Brett Daniels, Logan Band, Joel 
Young, David Hust, Seth Small, Matt Pirkich, Heath Harden, Clint Wallace, Nate Gauz, Joshua Scott, John 
McCormick, Jonathan K. Rodgers, Andrew Sanders, Joseph Graddy, Travis Leahy. Row 3: Tim Melton, Miles 
Dorroh, Kyle Loftis, Tyler Wilson, Tyler Bilbo, Kyle Mitchell, Justin McEachern, Tristan Rawson, Cameron 
Griffin, Caleb Worsham. 




National Chapter 

Founder: 

1869 



Chapter: 
Lambda Pi 



Flower: 
Lily of the Valley 



Symbol: 
Star &: Crest 



Colors: 
Scarlet, White, 

and 
Emerald Green 



Zeta Phi Beta 



National Chapter 



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White Rose 



\er Geshia Johnson, Jennifer Burns, Kersten Williams, Tamara McCanv, Donna McDougal, Kanesha Dudley, 
Dominique Miller, Francis Dampier, Ramona Greer. 



Symbol: 
Dove 



Colors: 
Royal Blue 

and 
Pure White 




Delta Delta Delta 




National Chapter 
Founder: 

1888 



Chapter: 
Phi Phi 



Memebers included: Micci Aguzzi, Morgan Arrington, Sarah Belvedresi, Laura Blood, Lacey Booth, Kayla 
Browcr, Ashlea Byrd, Christy Crosby, Christa Davis, Jena Dimberg, Kelli Douglass, Abbie Edgar, Stefanie Finley, 
Meaghan Gelston, Rachael Gibson, Anna Glover, Whitni Rae Goodwin, Aimee Guido, Jennie Guide, Allison 
Hall, Whitney Harrington, Amber Harrison, Emily Hearn, Whitney Hille, Kristen Holcomb, Olivia Holifield, 
Lacie Horn, Mary Katherine Jaines, Carrie Jarrett, Olivia Johnston, Amanda Langston, Amanda Lee, Mallory 
McKnight, Alyce Meador, Morganne Montgomery, Caroline Moore, Christy Mullen, Sara Pinkston, Caitlin Pyron, 
Amber Ray, Haven Roach, Kendall Roberts, Keila Rone, Corie Rounsaville, Beth Russell, Beth Ann Simmons, 
Kristen Smith, Lizzie Smith, Brittany Stark, Naomi Starnes, Courtney Stevens, Sarah Strickland. Brooke Thomas, 
Jenna Walker, Abb)' White, Heather White, Allison Williams, Carrie Willis, Laura Ashley Wilson, Beth Ann 
Youngblood, Jeanna Wilkes. 



Flower: 
Pansy 



Symbol: 
Dolphin 



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Alpha Phi Alpha 



National Chapter 

Founder: 

1906 



Chapter: 
Omicron Psi 



Flower: 
Yellow Rose 



Colors: 

Black 

and 

Old Gold 




Pi Kappa Alpha 





Memeljtis iiu ludc: Brandon Baldwin, Jordan Breaux, Ryan Cliunn, Deniger Cobb, Vlatt Dean, Madison Dixon, 
Kyle Edgerly, Reeves Gaddy, Dustin Grammar, Charlie Gurney, Zack Haas, Destry Harmon, Clay Harrison, Read 
Hatcher, Jake Herrick, Brian Holloway, Matt Holloway, Franklin Hudson, Brett Hyatt, Gabe Jasper, Jared Lewis, 
Zach Massey, BJ McKay, Garrick Miller, Trent Miller, Jacob Moore, Justin Nichols, Matt Norris, Clarke Palmer, 
Casey Patterson, Dan Patrick, Justin Payne, Josh Rowland, Ryan Poe, Will Rodgers, Paul Sabbatini, Liston Sage, 
Emerv Skelton, Austin Smithers, Thomas Swindol, Chris Trawick, Jake VanNamen, Zach Warrington, Paul 
Willi. mis, Austin Wilson. 




National Chapter 
Founder: 

1868 



Chapter: 
Zeta Beta 



Flower: 
Lily of the Valley 



Symbol: 

The Oak Tree, 

Shield 



Colors: 

Garnet 

and 

Old Gold 



^gM Alpha Kappa Alpha 




Flower: 
Pink Tea Rose 



Rou 1 : Jakcisha Taylor, Kristen Baity, Tara Dunn, Yarkienia Doss, Chelsea Lott, Rhondesha Wright. Row 2: 
Kelvn Fields, Betty Gray, Kimberly Davis, Efia Mentuhotep, Chelsea Johnson, Audra Sullivan. 





Memebeis include: Btkd Allord, Lauicii Ashluid. Aiiianila Aslilci, Angela Bailey, kiisli Baui. Belsv Barron, 
Abbey Bennett, Megan Brumfield, Sarah Brumfield, Megan Burger, Jessica Cain, Chessie Clark, Leia Covington, 
Manisha Dadlani , Sarah Grace Daniels, Cailyn Estey Megan Frazier, Kate Freeman, Claire Gore, Spencer Griffin. 
Courtney Hale, Casey Harlow, Sara Ellen Hill, Allison Holliday, Laura Howarth, Amy Hudson, Staci Kellum, 
Mallory King, Catherine Lavender, Angela Liang, Pamela Mangrum, Erin McClain, Sarah McDowell, Diana 
McLemore, Meri Ansley Miller, Lacey Mixon, Morgan Nail, Lauren Oglesby, Amanda Oleis, Marya Paolillo, 
Bonnie Phillips, Lee Karen Portera, Katie Pounds, Avery Prestidge, Abby Red, Erin Reed, Audrie Rhoda, l)'ler 
Russell, Janella Sampolesi, Aleia Segars, Katherine Shaman, Claire Stephenson, Kori Strickland, Kelsey Sullivan, 
Hannah Swafford. Mary Swatley. Traci Tarver, Jessica Taylor. Morgan Thompson, Stormi Valentine, Colleen 
Waldrup, Kelsey Walker, Ka\la Woods, Rebekah Wright, Meri Whitney Zieman. 




National Chapter 

Founder: 

1852 



Chapter: 
Kappa Epsilon 



Flower: 
Pink Carnation 



Symbol: 
Lion 



Colors: 
Rose 
and 

White 



UlBIM Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia 



National Chapter 

Founder: 

1898 



Chapter: 
Theta Upsilon 




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Row 1 Daniel \ mcent Pa\ne, Joe B. Raymond III, Andy Olson, James Davidson, Chris Hartfield, Johnathan 
Williams, Chris Spai ks. Jonathan Huddson, Ben Tuberville, Thomas Shroads. Row 2: Shelby Anderson, Andrew 
Owen, Austin White. Row 3: Steven Hugly, Brad Ballard, Travis Hall, Mark Helmsletter, Wesly Patrick, J.R. 
MacQuillin. Brvson Greer, Kermit Sartin. Pete Raif. Row 4-Nicholas Comfort, Gregory Cobb, Tim Powell, Vernon 
Rodijers. 



Symbol: 
Lyre 



Colors: 

Red, Black, 

Gold and White 




Kappa Alpha Order 




Row 1: Payson McDaniel, Graham Phillips, Brandon Langley, Nick Belvedresi. Row 2: Jacob Cobb, Tripp Smith, 
Drew Luckett, Joseph Pittman, Marshall Alexander, Ches Linebarrier. Row 3: Chris Cross, Josh Blankenship, 
Drew Barham, Jesse Thomason, Jonathon Street, Alec Conrad, John Phillip Armstrong, Garrett Dewitt, Taylor 
Miller Row 4: Wes Burnett, Adam Miller, Sean Harrison, Brad Latham, Evan Griffin, George Inmon. Row 5: 
Kyle Rogers, Marshall Fratesi. 




National Chapter 

Founder: 

1865 



Chapter: 
Delta Beta 



Colors: 
Crimson 

and 
Old Gold 




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Row 1: Chad Schroeder, Greg Betterson, Blake Barnes, Dedrick Wilson, Robert Moore, Aaron W 
Preston, Surframe Gillylen, Micah Best, Mark Ellis. Row 2: Kevin Hollowell, James Mooney, Justi . 
Kenneth Whitfield, Benji Campbell, Matt Melton, John Mark Johnson, Jonathan Anderson, Dam 
Matt Esquivel, Justin Halas, Jasnold Sproles, Ty'rone Pascal, James Smith, Matt Dean, Eric HarmoK 
Katlan French, Kevin Maddox, Zak Mikel, Garrett DeWit, Adrone James, Kyle Van Ness, James F 
Mitchell. Rodey Diggs, Terrance Handy, Garrett Williams, Quincy Walin, Troy Whittey, Jay Arcill [ 
Robert Watts. Row 6: Skyler Parker, Andrew Luckett, Jacob Sesma, Damoyn Carroll, Jervis McG 
Tom Santos. Row 7: Manuel Brand, Clint Farrar, Travis McGee, Deric Grooms, Robert Hogan, Y)> 
Steve Smith, Ron Roberts, Ray Bridges, Clint Roundtree, Darren Hicks, Ryan Barker, Travis Mik 



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ims, Tramaine Jenkins, Anthony King, Eric Jackson, Spencer Strickland, Dominic Spinks, Jarel 
Vraggs, Steven Belford, Mark Hoskins, Jesse Peddyfoot, Courtney Granderson, Timothy Johnson, 
I Davis, Bruc'e LaVioiette. Row 3: Chris Favors, Pete Vaesau, Dominique Davenport, Andy Cius, 
perrick Forrester, Tag Cole, Brad Latham, Ben Stallings. Row 4: Reed Faulkner, Willie Bradberry, 
ey, Chris Muir, Jason Donnal, Alan Walters, Lardester Green-Hicks, Trevar Deed. Row 5: Ralfeal 
Eric Nelson, Justin Washington, Jacob Murphy, Darnell Taylor, Christian Graham, Kendall Hunter, 
I Clifford Brown, Jonathon Taylor, Jon Hill, Wilkes Wood, Antonio Coleman, Luke Bettencourt, 
arber, Andrew Jones. Row 8: Eugene Crosby, Bennett Crowe, Randy Grierson, Chet Pobolish, 
Todd Worley, Michael Starkey, James Peavy, Jonathan Wise. 



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By: Mercedes Patterson 

Delta State began the 2008 football season ranked No. 10 in the D2Football.com Preseason Poll. 
The defending Gulf South Conference Champions finished the 2007 season with a 10-2 record, 8-0 in 
GSC play, and advanced to the second round of the NCAA Division II playoffs. The Statesmen were the 
only team to beat National Champion and preseason No. 1 Valdosta State, coming from behind to claim a 
35-31 victory. 

The wins against the University of West Alabama, 21-14, and North Alabama, 28-27, improved 
the seventh ranked Statesmen to 6-1 on the year and 5-0 in the GSC. The win placed the defending GSC 
champions in full control of the GSC race and NCAA Super Regional Two. The victory also extended 
DSUs GSC win-streak to 20 straight games and the Green-and-White cracked the top-five in both the 
American Football Coaches' Association and the D2Football.com Top-25 polls for the first time since the 
end of the 2006 season. 

For the first time in the history of the Delta State football program, the Statesmen successfully 
defended their Gulf South Conference Championship, defeating the Wonderboys of Arkansas Tech 48-14 
in front of 7,123 fans at the 2008 "Pig-Pickin" Homecoming game at Parker Field-McCool Stadium. Also 
adding to the victory, head coach Ron Roberts earned his second straight Coach of the Year award after 
guiding the Statesmen to back-to-back GSC titles. Ron Roberts has only been the head coach at Delta 
State for two years, but regardless of where his career goes next, he will forever be known as one of the 
greatest to lead the Green-and-White. Along with his award the GSC champions, placed 10 players on 
the All-Gulf South Conference Team. For a third-consecutive year the Statesmen had the GSC Defensive 
Player of the Year, as junior linebacker Lardester Hicks-Green received the honor. 

The Statesmen, GSC champions for a second consecutive season, received a first round bye after 
being selected as Super Regional Twos top seed. The fourth-ranked Statesmen fought off the eighteenth- 
ranked Pioneers of Tusculum College, 27-19, to advance to the quarterfinals of the NCAA Division II 
Football Championship. The Statesmen improved to 10-1 on the season and 8-0 in the GSC. 

The following week No. 4 Statesmen hosted the No. 5 Lions (11-1, 7-1 GSC) of the University of 
North Alabama, for the NCAA DII Quarterfinals at Parker Field-McCool Stadium. The game marked 
the sixth time the two teams had met over the last three seasons, including two NCAA Regional champi- 
onships. Despite the tight match-up, the Statesmen season was ended in a loss against UNA, 55-34. The 
Green-and-W^hite finished a successful season with a 1 0-2 record and numerous other achievements, new 
records, and individual awards. 




Statesman wide receiver Trc \ ,ii I )nil i L''i; lights off University of 
West Alabama tacklers. The Statesmen went on to defeat The UWA 
Tigers 21-14 



Statesman ()fft.nsi\f Line Coach Steve Smith (lower right) discusses strat- 
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Football 



Chad Schroeder (2) receiver/kick returner from 

Demopolis, Ala., looks for an opening as he 

returns a kick for the Statesmen. Schroeder won 

numerous awards including being invited to play 

in the Cactus Bowl, the Jackson Touchdown Clute 

2008 CellularSouth Most Valuable Senior Award 

and a Gulf South Conference Special Teams 

Player of the Week honor 




Statesman wide Receiver Rafael Mitchell (83), 
of Bowdon, Ga. pushes away an Arkansas Tech 
University defensive tackle. 



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Jennifer Gerisamos, a senior li.mi \I(-..i, Ariz., points her toes 
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Swimming 8c Diving 




Row 1: Geoffrey Winkler, Jessie Loci<\vood, Kaci Boils, Jennifer Fountain, Jacyln Gerasimos, Mary Ellen Shaw, Maddie Glass, 
Becca Glass, Hannah Mantooth, Aimee Blegen, Elena English, Petya Petrova. Row 2: Stormi Valentine, Alyce Meador, Ashley 
Thompson, Allysen Ellis, Jennifer Gerasimos, Cat Rowan, Dawn Thomson, Mary Katherine Waddell, Amanda Guidry, 
Kaitlyn Pittman, Hannah Willis, Leticia Cunha. Row 3: Brian Hein, Hunter Price, Patrick Remington, Ben Rayner, Roman 
Seceda, George Huber, Joey Morgan, Alex Rapetti, Ryan Crisco, Chris Bowman, Josh Bowman, Ben O'Neal. Row 4: Justin 
Inguoldsted, David Struble, Cameron Weidelo, Auston, Ayres, Tyler Wilson, Dalton Da Silva, Tucker Marshburn, Chris Ashton 
.Alexander Lovenz, Waldemar Jusdrin, Alex Barillas, Zack Stein 



By: Mercedes Patterson 

Under the leadership of Head Coach Brien 
Hein, the Delta State University Swimming and 
Diving teams are unbreakable in their pursuit 
for a national title. The 2008-2009 season 
the swimming and diving team has returned 
to the water with one goal in mind, a national 
title. The Statesmen and Lady Statesmen, 
32 athletes in all, have continuously set new 
team and individual records in the fall '08 
season. In the annual Christmas Invitational 
held on the Delta State Campus, the skilled 
swimmers and divers broke six team records; 
tied a seventh, and 10 athletes individually 
qualified for the NCAA Championships. This 



achievement continued as coach Hein and the 
team returned to the water for the first time in 
'09. The Statesmen and Lady Statesmen placed 
first in several individual events and finished 
second overall in the weekend long Tunica 
Invitational. Competing against five teams the 
Lady Statesmen finished third in the women^ 
meet with a combined score of 791.5, while the 
men grabbed second place receiving a score of 
918. Hoping to keep on the wave of wins, Coach 
Hein and the Swimming and Diving Program 
are ready to begin the drive towards the New 
South Intercollegiate Swim Conference and 
NCAA Division II championships. 

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Men's Basketball 




Row 1: Kei'tarus Johnson, Colby Harris, Daryl London, Eric Spencer, Brent Stokes, Stanle\ (iopeland, Clhad Akins. 
Joe McCray, Arian Malicjui, Earnesto Green, Ryan Stephens, Brady Cummins. Row 2: Josh Dill, Paul Swartz, Colby 
Harris, Glenn Daniels, Jason Elzie, Alton Robinson, John Schank, Alex Cornett, Oliver Mansour, Dmitry Mansour, 
David Clark, Brad Skipper, Hunter Moore, Brian Ellis, Jason Connor. 



By: Mercedes Patterson 

Ending their 2007- 
2008 season with a win over 
Henderson State and a record 
of 14-2 overall and 8-6 in the 
Gulf South Conference, the 
Statesmen are determined to 
make the 2008-2009 season a 
success. Starting off the season 
right with a strong record of 1 0-3 
the Statesmen began GSC play 
in January. In the 36th all-time 

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meeting the Statesmen emerged 
with a win over Ouachita Baptist 
at home. Despite a strong battle 
in the second half the Statesmen 
failed to secure a win against their 
next opponent, the University of 
Arkansas- Monticello Boll Weevils. 
1 1 -4 in the season and 1 - 1 in GSC 
the Statesmen are currently on 
their quest for a seventh GSC 
championship. 




Joe McCray, a junior guard from Ft. Laudcidale, Ha 
goes through the middle and shoots a lay-up to score 
for the Statesmen. 



Power forward Oliver Mansour from Melbourne, 
Australia passes by two Alabama Htintsville players and 
goes for the goal. 



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Women's Basketball 




Row 1: Erika Sanford, LaShundreya Townsend, Sarita Cooper, Tamara Reed, Moe Bell, Sara Hester, Denesha 
Henderson, Kendell Crawford, Mechan Vanderpool. Row 2: Sandra Rushing, Denise Smith, Dominique Sutton, 
Kirsten McBride, LaMaesha McAdory, Renita Jones, Shameka Russell, Courtney Wilson, Veronica Walker, Taneisha 
RoEfcrs. 



By: Mercedes Patterson 

The 12th ranked Delta State University 
womens basketball team was voted to finish 
at the top of the Gulf South Conference for 
the 2008-09 seasons as voted by the league 
coaches in the pre-season poll. The Lady 
Statesmen, 33-1 last season and winners of 
three consecutive GSC titles, were voted 
for the fourth straight year to take home 
the crown despite the loss of four mainstay 
starters. Delta State received nine of a 
possible 15 votes for the overall champion; 
five were first place votes, the most of any 
school in the West Division. With a record of 
1 0-5 overall and 0-0 GSC the Lady Statesmen 
began the quest for their fourth-straight 
Gulf South Conference title Jan. 10 against 



the Lady Tigers (10-3) of Ouachita Baptist 
University. The Lady Statesmen, forming 
one of the nation's toughest defenses defeated 
OBU Lady Tigers in a strong match up with 
65-60 as the final. The victory was the 28th 
straight for the Lady Statesmen at home dating 
back to the 2005-2006 season. Improving to 
11-5 overall and 1-0 in the GSC. Once again 
the Lady Statesmen dominated in a 59-45 
victory over Arkansas-Monticello January 15. 
The win extended their home winning streak 
to 29 games, and 26 consecutive victories in 
Gulf South Conference. Delta State improved 
to 12-5 and 2-0 in GSC, and are pursuing 
further wins, a fourth straight GSC title, and 
the coveted National Championship. 



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Bug Cooper, a sophomore Ironi Indianola, runs down the court li 
make a lay-up to add two more points for the Lad\' Statesmen. 



Forward LaMaeslia N(cAdory. a senior from Coldwater, passes tlirough 
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Golf 




Row 1: Anslin Sniilhcrs, Jdidan lireaux, Robbie Morrice, Trent Adams, Seth McBrayer, Sam Dunning. Row 2: 
Andrew Simons, Grant McDonnieal, Brandon Hartzell, Ben Wheien, Chase Smith, Casey Patterson. 



By: Mercedes Patterson 

The Delta State University 
Men^ Golf Team pursued a win to 
finish seventh in the 2008 Blue Cross 
Blue Shield/ Gulf South Conference 
Men§ Golf Championships at the Hot 
Springs Country Club in Hot Springs, 
AR. DSU§ final round of 293 was 1 5 
shots better than their opening round 
308. The third round 293 was also 
tied for the fourth best team total of 
the day. Starting off the fall of 2009 
the Statesmen hosted a home meet, 
The Derrall Foreman Invitational in 



Cleveland. The White Team finished 
third with a two day team total of 573 
after a solid two days of play. The Delta 
State Green Team would finish in ninth 
place with a two day total of 597. For 
their next competition the golf team 
wrapped up play in the Aflac/Cougar 
Invitational finishing in 14th place. 
In their final event for the fall the 
Statesmen competed strongly in the two 
day Territory Classic hosted by Cameron 
University. Combined the Statesmen 
carded a 603. 



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By: Mercedes Patterson 

The Lady Statesmen Cross Country program op- 
erates with a single goal in mind: blending athletic 
achievement with academic success. This season proved 
to live up to those expectations, as the 2007-08 Lady 
Statesmen were inducted into the Delta State Univer- 
sity Athletic Directors Hall of Fame. This prestigious 
honor is awarded to one mens and one womens team 
for the highest cumulative GPA among DSUs 13 in- 
tercollegiate sports. For the first time in seven years 
the Lady Statesmen Cross Country team hosted a 
home meet. Twenty-three college and high school 
teams brought over 400 competitors to compete at 
the Darell Foreman and Cleveland Country Club golf 
Courses. The Lady Statesmen placed third overall in 
their 5k run, averaging a time of (22:25:46). Less 
than a week later the Lady Statesmen placed 32nd 
overall at the Brooks' Memphis Twilight Invitational 
in Memphis, Tenn. The field was stacked with several 
of the nation's top collegiate cross country programs. 
The Lady Statesmen Cross Country team although 
having fun brought their best competition to the 
Walt Disney World Cross Country Classic held at the 
Wide World of Sports Complex, where they earned a 
38th place finish out of 44 teams. The event hosted 

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institutions from every level of NCAA competition. 
The Lady Statesmen wrapped up the 2008 season 
at the NCAA South Regional hosted by Harding 
University. While the Lady Statesmen only raced 
four runners and did not receive a team score, 
Delta State turned in a strong showing. Rachel 
Gavin showed why Coach Doug Pinkerton is excited 
about her future with the Lady Statesmen with a 
65th place finish. The 5-foot-2 speedster has been 
hampered by injuries this season, but fought them 
off to record a 26:08 finish. Whitney Springer, an- 
other talented freshman, crossed the line in 26:13 
to finish in 69th place. Angle Libby, a St. Louis, 
Mo. native, wrapped up a stellar career for Delta 
State finishing 90th with a 27:30. Libby, one of the 
all-time greats at DSU on the soccer field, competed 
for the cross country program this fall in her first 
semester in graduate school. Rounding out DSU's 
performers was Amanda Cornielison. The sopho- 
more, two-sport star from Cleveland finished 1 16th 
with a time of 29:54. She is also a member of the 
Lady Statesmen tennis team. The book smart and 
hard working Lady Statesmen had an extremely 
successful season. 



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Row 1 : Stephen Hummel, Tommy Mcgowan, Steve Axe, Chess Linebarrier, David Horstmann, Josh Mooney, Thomas 
Cox, Chantz Smith. Row 2: Daniel Junkin, Jonathan Jackson, Ufuk Yildez, Sebanstian Boyer, Kelly Cole, David Smith, 
Bruce Snow, Owen Davies, Aaron Wilbanks, Zack Mills. Row 3: Daniel Lankford, Dan Burton, Cade Parker, Trey 
Jones, Patrick Grafton, Ricardo Callender, David Wages, Nason Stephens, Cole Andrews, Jermey Bozdeck, Justin 
Palmer, Bryant Boyington, Jamie Hardy. 



By: Mercedes Patterson 

With hopes to improve on a 9-9-1 
record last year the Delta State University 
Soccer Team started off their season 
working hard with a strong offense 
and an equally well-built defense. The 
Statesmen were picked to finish 4th in 
GSC pre-season polls, and with a five 
game winning streak to start of the 
season the Statesmen were easily placed 
in the top 30 in five of the nation^ team 
categories. These categories included, 
scoring offense 6th, goals against average 
2 5 th , and save percentage 1 5 th . Also this 
season, David Smith, from Pascagoula 
earned the first GSC Soccer Weekly 
Award in DSU history; he was named 



Offensive Player of the Week. Midfielder 
Steven Axe and senior defender Ricardo 
Callender were selected for the 2008 All- 
Gulf South Conference squads. Senior 
goalkeeper. Trey Jones, also received an 
outstanding ranking of 1 7th in the country 
in save percentage. The Statesmen seniors, 
Ricardo Callendar, Trey Jones, Rodrigo 
Lusczensky, and Ufuk Yildiz all graduating 
this year were honored at the Statesmen^ 
senior night, for their hard work and endless 
dedication. With the best start in DSU 
soccer program history and setting season 
and career records, the Statesmen finished 
their season with an 8-9-1 record and 1-5 
in the GSC. 

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Row 1 : Angela Davidson, McClain Sullivan, Melissa Webber, Jazrain Yacaman, Sarah Prevost, Renee Melson, Ashley 
Cechovsky, Kristin Stensholt, Lizzie Nokes, Meggie Williams, Jennifer Maier. Row 2: Shauna Allen, Megan Dixon, 
Samatha Bossert, Laura Swanson, Erin Smith, Sarah Smith, Emily Crosswhite, Cody Harris, Casey Reinhardt, Kimbo 
Seale, Lacy Mixon, Jennifer Addy, Jolin Cole, Christie Ellis. 



By: Mercedes Patterson 

With the completion of the most 
successful Spring season in Delta 
State University women^ soccer his- 
tory, 8-1-2, the 2008 Lady States- 
men were picked to finish eighth in 
the league this season by the Gulf 
South Conference Womens Soccer 
Preseason Coaches' Poll. Coach 
Jim Allen, returning players, and 
14 members of the Lady Statesmen 
2008 signing class continued their 
hard work into the regular season 



competing against many of the top 
schools in the GSC, even tying for 
first in the GSC league standings. The 
Lady Statesmen completed a trium- 
phant season 1 0-7-2 overall and 4-4 in 
the Gulf South Conference, and for 
the second consecutive season Delta 
State was voted on the AU-GSC squad. 
Junior defender Melissa Weber and 
Ashley Cechovsky received the honor 
of being a part of the second team. 



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Baseball 




Row 1: JT Tavlor, Brancy Cummins, Clay Sartan, Chase Hernn, Ronnie Ferrel, Michael Niemann, Rick Strickland, Anthony 
Palasini, Matthew Little, Levi Bishop. Row 2: Chris Clark, Devin Goodwin, Daniel Elchelberger, Hunter Jobes, Steven Cruey, 
Brent Hallmark, John Landon Ruscoe, Joey Haston, Trenton Lee, Patrick Strack. Row 3: Nathan Hardy, Daniel Stewart, Jason 
Cooper, Rodney Batts, Coach Mike Kinnison, Rick McKarty, Tyler Brewer, John Walker, Neal Henry, Cody Kelley. Row 4: 
Ricky Noland, Grant Campbell, Korey Conningham, Cesar Rodriguez, James Denton, Marcus Wilson, Justin Smith, Spencer 
Brunson, Kenny Smalley, Steven Oswald, Brent Davidson, Clint Marcott. 

The Statesmen were ranked no.l 1 in the preseason top 40 poll. The 
Statesmen placed six players on the GSC Preseason team. Three of 
last seasonk four infielders also received All-GSC Preseason honors, first 
baseman Chris Clark, second baseman Clay Sartain, and shortstop Devin 
Goodwin. The determined statesmen climbed their way from eleventh 
to sixth, which earned them their fifteenth appearance in the GSC tour- 
nament. There they claimed the GSC West Division title. The states- 
men set a new school record for consecutive wdns. They then traveled to 
the GSC Tournament in Millington. The Statesmen took the 11th Gulf 
South Conference title with a 7-5 win over the Falcons of University of 
Mantevallo. The season came to an end with the lost to the Tigers of 
Ouachita Baptist Oc8-l. 

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Clay Sartain, second basemen of Hornlake is a starter for Statesmen, dives as he awaits for the ball. 




(Left) Levi Bishop, left-handed pitcher of Sa- 
tillo, perpares to release his pitch in a game 
at Ferriss Field. (Below) Third basemen Chris 
Clark, a senior of Paducah, Ky., awaits the 
throw to 3rd as an Arkansas Tech slides in. 




Sports 



Softball 




Junior intcrficlder Chelsea Carr throws the ball When senior Brittanv Tillery from Starkville is up to plate, she gets her whole body into her 

to a teammate to make another strike. swing and hits with force. 



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Sports 




Row 1: Brandi Vondenstein, Chasey Niebrugge, Paige Silverthorn, Kristi Basso, Kate Moreland, Brittany Eikner, 
Ashley Holder, Sammy St. Hilaire, Edie Oliver, Lauren LaSuzzo. Row 2: David Kuhn, Brittany Tillary, Chelsea Carr, 
Erica Harris, Jackie Stowe, Britni Adcox, Courtney Clark, Kaci Haney, Courtney Chism, Amber Hass, Jenna Smart. 



The Lady Statesmen wrapped up their regular season with a 33- 
24 record. They finished out the Gulf South conference with a 
record of 18-10. Some of Lady Statesmen received various honors 
during the season this year; Kate Moreland was named Gulf South 
Conference Pitcher of the week. Both Brittany Tillery and Sam 
St. Hilaire were named to the National Fast Pitch Coaches Associa- 
tion All South Region Second team. Tillery was also signed to the 
Daktronics All-South Region second team. The Lady Statesmen 
will start off the season with a new head coach, Casey Bourgoyne. 



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G<-)iil\en Tiipin gets low and peipares to return the serve. 



By: Mercedes Patterson 

The MeiT^ Tennis team continued solid play 
though out the Gulf South Conference. The 
Statesmen defeated Alcorn State on March 22. 
After dropping two straight matches to top- 
10 opponents, West Florida (3) and Ouachita 
Baptist (8), the Statesmen tennis team looked 
to regain some form, sweeping Christian Both- 
ers University 9-0 and Alcorn State University 
7-0. The wins put the Statesmen at 9-4 on the 
year. Five of the nation's Top 32 teams head- 
lined the eight-team. Gulf South Conference 
Men's Tennis Championship Tournament. The 
two-day toianament began with the Quarter- 
Finals and Semi-Finals Saturday, April 19 and 
ending with the Finals Sunday, April 20 at 
Lagoon Park and O'Conner Tennis Center in 



Montgomery, Ala. The Statesmen placed two 
members on the AU-GSC West Division First 
Team. Senior Rafael Weigard was named to 
the First Team. It marks the third time The 
Florianopolis, Brazil native claimed First Team 
honors. Marne, France native Pascal LaPlace 
was also named to the All-GSC First Team for 
the first time in his career. The sophomore 
compiled an impressive 1 0-4 record in singles 
play and a 9-4 mark in doubles play, while 
competing from the first position most of the 
season. The Statesmen fell 5-0 to eventual 
champion Valdosta State; however DSU won 
their consolation match 5-1 over Christian 
Brothers to improve their overall record to 
11-5 for the tournament. 



Sports 



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Women's Tennis 




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(Right) Amanda 
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Sports 




Sophomore Paulina Potapova from \'alencia. Spain tosses up to hit the ball. 



By: Mercedes Patterson 

The Lady Statesmen started of their 
2008 season ranked third in the NCAA 
South Region womer^ poll. With deter- 
mination, an 11-2 record, and under the 
leadership of Coach Asa Atkinson, the Lady 
Statesmen claimed the Gulf South Confer- 
ence West Division Ttitle with a 9-0 win 
over the Lady Bisons of Harding University. 
This win guaranteed the team a top seed 
out of the West for the GSC tournament. 
Delta State, as well as five other nation- 
ally ranked teams, was among the eight 
teams who battled for the GSC Tourna- 
ment Championship, held the weekend of 
April 19-20 in Montgomery, Ala. Atkinson 
and the Lady Statesmen racked up the 
awards as the AU-GSC Womens Tennis Team 



was announced. For only the second time 
in history a member of the Lady Statesmen 
took home the GSC West Division Player 
of the Year Award. Sophomore Cecile Ben- 
zaki from Paris, France. Not to be outdone, 
Katharina Nett and Milena Araujo were 
also on the All-GSC First Team. Araujo 
also claimed First Team honors in the 2007 
season. Junior Krystle Ozols was named to 
the Second Team. The 20th ranked Lady 
Statesmen finished the tournament with 
a 1-1 record, and plans for a trip to the 
NCAA Division II South Regional. The 
Lady Statesmen season end in the 2nd 
round of regionals. 



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Flyers Whitney Hillie, Eboiiet Johnikin Samanthia Biadlex and 
Kadin Ingram shake then pomp-pomps dunng kick ott 

Sports 



Carohne Moore and Samanthia Bi adley enjoy getting the fans ex- 
cited about the game. 



Cheerleadin 




Row 1: Samanthia Bradley, Lindsey Lott, Katlin Ingram, Whitney Hillie, Ebonee Johnikin. Row 2: Carley Wilson, 
Mary Anne Moore, Rhonda Mitchelle, Brittany Fitzgerald, Caroline Moore, Dixie Griffin. Row 3: Seth Small, 
Tristan Rawson, Camera Wilmoth, Heath Harden. 



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Intramurals 




Kori Strickland goes in for the reach but Mckenzie 
Mclntire pushes through the center. 




Alec Conrad and Justin Kennon keep an e\e on the target and try to shot for a 
bulls-eve. 



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squares up to make the 

pass during an Ultimate 

Frisbee game. 




Swimming intramurals is handle in the spring and is enjo)ed by 



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Katie Pounds concentrates as she tries to make the ball into the hole to put her 
n the lead during the golf intramurals in the spring. 



(Below) During off 
season Rafael VVeigand 
enjoys playing soccer 
intrainurals. 





Man\ students take apart of the fun run around the 
intramural field. 




Mar\' Katherine Dempsey and Colleen Christie put a new meaning to ping- 
pong. 



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Marching Band 




Row 1: Jason Lane, Steven Hugley, JJ Hatfield. Row 2: Kaylee Ledford, Jessica Taylor, Emily Meredith, Amber Rav, Kimberly Leach, Avery Pres- 
tidge, Morgan Arrington, Sarah-Grace Daniels, Lizzie Smith, Sarah Fly, Ginger Tobin, Emily Peacock. Row 3: Kristie Price, Christi Sweeting, Nik- 
ki Jobe, Dominique Green, Miranda Webb, Jacquea Johnson, Tabatha Robertson, Austin White, Shanna Haynes, Jessice Flowers, Brandon Smith, 
Katherine Grant. Row 4: Katie Brooker, Wesley Patrick, Greg Cobb, Michael Mattox, Daniel Payne, Naz Rhodes, Amber Hortin, Joanna Sabine, 
Ashley Bobo, Derrick Brown, Sarah Green. Row 5: Jennifer Coggins, Erin Loflin, Brian Lindsey, Julie Bowen, Jeremy Parker, Bailey Fletcher, 
Brian Schilling, Lana Johnson, Megan Christiansen. Row 6: Jamie Buchanan, Ben McKenzie, Danitra West, Claire Gentry, Garrett Smith, Bryson 
Greer, Chris Sparks, Evan Mealer, Jonathan Williams, Tim Powell. Row 7: Amanda Gill, Amanda demons, Mitch Bryant, David Cunningham, 
Brian Thomson, Eric Perry, Andy Beasley, Vernon Rogers, Ginny McDaniels, David Crawford, Ben Tuberville, Travis Hall, Amy Gibson. Row 8: 
Meg Bennett, Jason Anderson, David Mason, Joe Raymond, Nick Comfort, Brett Daniels, Thomas Schoads, Brad Ballard, James, Davidson, Emily 
McCain. 




tRSAKflZATIONS 




OrganizaxionS 



Color Guard 




Row 1: Kaylee Ledford, Amanda Gill, Meg Bennett, Katie Brooker, Emily Peacock. Row 2: Amy Gibson, Megan Christiansen, 
Jennifer Coggins, Emily McCain. Sarah Green. 





►rsam-izaxions 



Delta Belles 




I : Lizzie Smith, Morgan Arrington, Avery Prestidge, Sarah Grace Daniels, Ginger Tobii 
2: Kimberly Leach, Emily Meredith, Jessica Taylor, Amber Ray, Sarabeth Fly. 








OrGANIZAI IONS 



Delta Rox 



Row 1: Gramm Phillips, Peter Home, Cannon 

Grant. 

Row 2: Jamie Buchanan, Jeremiah Matthews, 

Stephen Chew, Vernon Rodgers, David 

Dimavent. 



Grammy U 



Row 1: Will Hartanovich, Vickie Jackson, Justin 

Rhoades. 

Row 2: Katherine Grant, Philip Carter, Greg 

Cobb, Eric Tamboli, Kim Mitchell. 



or Skool 
Revue 



Row 1: Kim Mitchell, Mary Mac Drake, 

Gramm Phillips, Katherine Grant, Madison 

Roberts. 

Row 2: Greg Cobb, Bradley Davis, Madison 

Dixon. 




[ZATIONS 




Panhellenic 



Row 1: Elsie Lynn Ervin, advisor; Kristen 
Holcomb, Falla McCallum, Courtney 
Stevens, Erika Sanford, Meri Whitney 
Zieman, Rachael Gibson, Ginny Gates. 
Row 2: Beka Alford, Marya Paolillo, Gina 
Whitmire, Allison Hall. 



Interfraternity 
Council 



Row 1 : David Hust, Alec Conrad, Dan Patrick, 

Nick Belvedresi. 

Row 2: Drew Barham, Logan Bond, Joe B. 

Raymond IH, Andrew Owen. 

Row 3: Taylor Miller, Ben Tuberville, Paul 

Sabbatini, Seth Small, Deniser Cobb. 



Pan-Hellenic 



Row 1 : Jennifer Burns, Francis Dampier 
Row 2: Kristen Baity, Miriam Jackson, Tara 
Dunn, De'andrea Eason, Valenzia Green 
Row 3: Larry Scott, Albert Bush, Darius 
Johnson. 



Organ 



IZAXI©NB 



Order of 
Omega 

Greek Leadership Honor Society 

Rowl: Chanell Shorter, Whitney Roberson, Sar; 
Brumfield, Dunstin Pambianchi, Angela Liang, 
Britney Story, Kate Kinnison, Bonnie Keene, 
Lauren Vance. 

Row 2: Laura Blood, Kelli Douglass, Debo- 
rah Brick, Logan Lynch, Daniel Patrick, John 
Burnett, Kaitlyn Mize, Logen Bond, Johnny 
Hunsucker. 



Recruitment 
Counslers 

Counslers during Panhellenic 
Recruitment 

Row 1 : Amanda Lee, Sara Ellen Hill. Abbey 

Bennet, Laura Blood, Ginny Gates, Hannah 

Walt. 

Row 2: Ashley King, Jessica Cain, Rachael 

Gibson, Teresa Pongetti, Christy Crosby. 



Orientation 
Leaders 



Row 1: Dan Patrick, Gina Whitmire, Katie 
Morrison, McKenzie McIntire,Tara Dunn, Taylor 
DeLoach, Jennifer Loeschner, Laura Howarth. 
Row 2: Kelli Douglass, Marya Paolillo, Casey 
Harlow, Seth Duhs, Drew Barham. 
Row 3: Sean Harrison, Matt Melton, Ken Amos, 
Chris Eccles. 




199 

Organizations 




Health, Physical 

Education & 
Recreation Club 



Row 1 : Terrance Burnett, Reginald Carter, Domenqic 

Sutton, Sarita "Bug" Cooper, Denesh Henderson. 

Row 2: Courtney Clark, Angle Llbby, Brandl Head, 

Cameron Burchfield, Colleen Christie, Britney Tillary, 

Courtney Chism, Chelsea Cam 

Row 3: Tenesha Rodgers, Heath Harden, Katie 

Pounds, Amber Barnes, Stephanie Ricks, William Hol- 

ley, Ashley Holder 

Row 4: John Henderson, Casey Lewis, Seth Small, 

Paul Sabbatin, Beau Jenkins, Clay Cummins, Cody 

Kelley, Will McGinnis, Ryan Hart. 



Sports Medicine 
Society 

Row 1 : Jaren Parker, Katre Pounds, Kenna 

Hogue, Laura Ashley Wilson, Felecia Saulter, 

Roderick Young. 

Row 2: Justin Henry, Christin Bryant, Amanda 

Olesis, Kiinberly Shaw, Keela Hill. 

Row 3: Teneicia Roebuck, Beau Jenkins, Leslie 

Brown, Paul Sabbatini, Brittany Fitzgerald, 

Cameron Nicholson. 



Student Nursing 
Association 



Row 1: Lekisha D. Pace, Mordecia Dickerson, Brenda 

Tripplett, Lacy Booth, Megan Sprivey, Christi Atkins. 

Row 2: Teresa Haynes, Taylor Deleach, Mallory 

Burchfield, Anna Glover, Lindsey Coleman. 

Row 3: Stephanie Stevens, Emily Morris, Katharine 

Douglas, Kendall Roberts, Whitney Roberson. 

Row 4: Sondra McFadden, JaKeisha Taylor, Kelley 

Andrews, Allison Hall, Ashley Pentecost, Kacie Davis, 

Elizabeth Read, Marci Walker. 

Row 5: Summer Mobeny, Alison Harden. Shelby 

Carter, Mary Katharine James. 

Row 6: Laley Mixon, Trey Edmondson, Dan Patich, 

.\pril Davis, Garth Horn, Lauren Boyd. 



Organizat^ 



Union 

Programing 

Council 



Row 1: Alonte Abrams. Lakeshia Wilson, 
Manisha Dadlani, Justin McDaniel. 
Row 2; Yarkiema Doss, Victoria Havens, Abbey 
Bennett, Rhondesha Wright, Sarah Brumfield. 
Row 3: Linda Ross, Apryle Johnson, Martinese 
Hamilton, Nick Evans, LeeAnn Martin, Vanessa 
Washington, Joanna Ballard. 
Row 4: Darlon Miller, Tracey Paul, Joel Young. 
DeAron Washington, Deniges Cobb, Austin 
Childress. 



UMADD 



University Mothers Against Drunk 
Drinking 

Row 1: Shawana Barnum, Chelsea Lett, 

Rhondesha Wright, Kristen Baity, Cassondra 

Lyons. 

Row 2: Ashley Edmond, Iris Jeter, Christian 

Pickens, Brittany Singleton. Rachel Pittman, 

Tasheba Buckner, Jennifer Burns, Benn E. 

Walker 



Social Work 
Club 



Row 1: Becca Ozbirn, Kristen Cartlidge, Linda 
Coats, Clauderre Nawls, Julie Mullen, Shane Garrard, 
Ruth Henderson ,LaShundra Harris, Ashton Brashci 
Candies Russell, Erica Rose, Patricia Carpenter. 
Row 2: Cassandra Carter, Nicole Pettey, Angela 
Jackson, Tiffany Miller, Devonda Newsome, Yolanda 
Jefferson, Shalonda Coffey, Felicia Graham, Santiail 
Hunt, Kristi Williamson, Sandra Chambers. 
Row 2; Beverly Taylor, Teresa Mems, Marion Ta\!oi, 
Sophia Champion, Melissa Baldwin, Charidy Claik, 
Emma Ward, Joe Sargent, Delphia Thomas. 



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Organi 




ZATIONS 




Career 
Ambassadors 

Student Assisstants for 
Career Services 

Row 1: Natonja Robinson, Marya Paolillo, Tyler 

Russell, Erica Rose, Vanessa Washington, Christy 

Montesi. 

Row 2: Kristin Bain, Laura Howarth, Pamela 

Mangrum, Audrie Rhoda, Nishi Miopuoi, Katrese 

Williams. 

Row 3: Katie Keene, Brad Brister, Will Rodgers, 

D'Angelo Spry. 



Pageant 
Board 



Row 1 : Beka Alford, Katy Smith, Megan Frazier, 
Amy Hudson, Courtney Hale, Abby Red, Sara 
Ellen Hill, Lindsey Lott, Brittany Davis, Mary 
Swatley, Linda Ross. 

Row 2: Meri Whitney Zieman, Victoria Havens, 
Amber Ray, Sarah Strickland, Kelsey Sullivan. 



Gridiron 
Girls 



Row 1 : La' Amber Craig, Jenn Bilicki, Chasidy 

Buckley, Bridget Baioni, Meaghan Gelston, Avery 

Prestidge, Tara Rowe. 

Row 2: Ashley Edmond, Amanda Oleis, Keela 

Hill, Chasity Patrick, Lauren Ashford, Cailyn 

Estey, Delta HoUoway, Bonnie Phillips. 

Row 3: Tabitha Veazey, Olivia Holifield, Brianna 

McBeath, Sherri Sherwood, Kelsey Sullivan, Kelly 

C-osby, Courtney Clark, Betsy Barron, Rebekah 

Wright, Hannah Swafford, Morgan Thompson, 

Austin Childress. 

Row 4: Pamela Mangrum, Tara Coleman, Carley 

Jane Murdock, Deborah Brick. 



O R GA N I Z AXIOMS ' 



Delta Mu 
Delta 

Honor Society for 
Business Administrators 

Row 1: Brandon Hill, Brian S. Coleman, Whitney Elizabeth 
Carollo, Amber Kay Hass, Carla Marie McPherson- 
Rushing, Derek Norris, Kevin Lael Palmertree, Andrew R. 
Haltom, Lindsay Claire Malatesta, Jamison Lindsey. 
Row 2: Andrew Michael HoUey. Drew Barham, Jacob C, 
Van Namen, Delanie Marie Sloan, Jonathan William Street. 
Rachel Lynn Sistrunk. Aleia Danielle Segars, Bradley 
Patton Latham. Patrick Chase Carmody, Marcus Caswell. 
Row 3: Hugh Miller Arant.III, Erin Gilbow, Meredith 
Leigh Coleman, Cemper Allyse Barger, Clair Brewer, Azrie 
Vassal, All Kutay Aydin, Anna Strider, Stephanie Barrett. 



Alpha Iota 



Honor Society for Information 
Managers 

Row 1: Vicki N. Webster, Nilay Aydin, Jennifer 
L. Ziegelmayer. 

Row 2: Marcus L. Caswell, , Michael A. 
Koehler, Sean W. Lloyd. 



Financial 
Management Club 



Chad Denson, Curtisha Leslie, Brad Skipper, 
Rodney Boswell, Jeffrey Blackstock. 



ciRe^vVI 




ZATIONS 




Flight Team 



Row 1 : Leigh Mcdonald, Megan Tutor, Zelak 
Mehta, Daniel Hille, Ben Wofford. 
Row 2: Ray Glasgow, Sean Sims, Wesley 
Womble, Jeremy Tackett, Clayton Gressett. 



Alpha Eta Rho 



Row I : Michael Karel, Michael Vales, Evan 
Yanes, Reubin Smith, Leigh McDonald, Anna 
Allen, Joseph Bozone, Daniel Hille, Megan 
Tutor. 

Row 2: Matt Caldwell, Spencer Rhodes, Matt 
Calloway, Phillip Blancher, Alan Murray, 
Brandon Baioni, Ben Wofford, Sean Sims, 
Clayton Gressett, Michael Downs. 



O R GA N I zAiri^Sf 



NB 



Associations of 
Teacher Education 



Row 1: Abby Red, Mary Carter, Janella Sampolesi. Aimee 
Wells. Kimberly Chambers, Jessie Lockwood, Barbara Hood, 
Tiffany Watson, Aimee Blegen, Kerrie Curbow. 
Row 2: Heather Ragon, Sandee Harris, Suzanne Turner, Crys- 
tal Jones, Dana Ashmore, Valerie McGee, Pamela Mangrum, 
Danielle Leonard, Faye Austin. Ann Mckay, Rachel Leidner, 
LaShara Ramsey, Renee Jackson. 

Row 3: Brittany Howell, Precious Thomas, Tara Sanders, 
Stacy Johnson, Katherine Thomas, Amelia Cumy, Pamela 
Fields, Pat Austin, Meon Ewing, Gerri Anderson, Alicia 
Wynn. Elizabeth Kinsey, Rristy Jonhson, Lakeaver Flowers. 
Corie Rounsaville, Crystal Smith, Mary Pitcher, Rachael Her- 
ron, Brittany Nowell. 

Row 4: Sonya Skipper, Meagin Carver, Jennifer coggins, 
Rache! Brasfield, Meagan W^eldo, Kate Moreland, Teresa 
Pongetti, Natalie Slade, Kelli Douglass, Laura Howarth, Whit- 
ney Holmes, Diana Hembree, Amanda Marten, Linda Moore, 
Cristi Schank, Angelique Arnold. 



Mississippi 

Early 
Childhood 
Association 

(Officers only) 

Dianne Thomas-Advisor, Angelique Arnold, 
Lakeaver Flowers, Pat Austin, Sandee Harris, 
Kimberly Chambers, Pamela Mangrum. 




©RfeVM 



ZATIONS 




Mississippi 

Professional 

Educators 



^^ (Officers only) 

Antoria Pates, Kerrie Curbow, Abby Red, So- 
iiya Skipper, Whitney Holmes. 



Student 

Advisory 

Council 

For Education 



(Officers only) 

Barbara Hood, Laura Howarth, Kelli Douglass, 

Abby Red, Jessie Lock wood. 



Mississippi 

Association for 

Middle Level 

Education 



(Officers only) 

Anjanette Powers, Tiffany Watson, Ann McKay, 

Cameilia Jones, Barbara Hood, Dr. Levenia M. 

Barnes. 



OrganizAt,j 



Siffma Theta 
^ Tau 

International Honor Society 
of Nursing 

Row 1: Amanda Milner, W'liitne) Roberson, 
Stephanie Stevens, Kristen Clark, Brittany Flippo, 
Anna Feaster. Chelsea Shepherd. 
Row 2: Shonda Williams, Cinnamon Foster, Kim- 
berly Fava, Jenny McGuffee, Carrie Palmer. 
Row 3; Aimee Lee, Amanda Perry, Allsion Diffev, 
Ann Purcell, Carrie Cope, Amanda Parker. 



American 

Chemical 

Society 

Organization for Professionals in all 
fields of Chemistry 

Row 1: Kaitlin Ingram, Marry Anne Moore, 
Bonnie Williams. Hend Alboshyba, Elizabeth 
Rogers, Kristie Price, Rie Somlai. 
Row 2: Tracy Peyton, Haley Sligh, Kelly Antici, 
Lindsey Huston, Tara Coleman, Austin Chil- 
dress, Chuck Smithhart, Lacey Fitts. 



Kappa 
Omicron Nu 

Honor Society of 
Family & Consumer Sciences 

Row 1 : Jacqueline To, Georgia Wilson, Naomi 
Starnes, Elizabeth Ashley Budwine. 
Row 2: Krystal Jackson, Nethel Hector, Dr. Cam- 
eron McMillen, Brooke Thomas. 




?:GAN4 



Ortgamzaxions 




Lambda Iota 
Tau 

Honor Society for Literature 

Row 1: Catherine Lavender, Nathan Duff, Mark 

Burgos. Marge Baker. 

Row 2: Jonathan Smith, Kate Kinnison, Andrew 

Owen. 



Mu.Phi 
Epsilon 

International Music Fraternity 8c 
Honor Society 

Rachael Pittman, Heather Bunkley, JJ Hatfield, 
Tara Rowe, Katherine Grant, Mandi King, Juhe 
Bo wen. 



Phi Alpha 



Honor Society for Student of Social 
Work 

Row 1 : Amv Baucum, Felicia Harris, Cherrelle 

Shorter. 

Row 2: Freddie Edmond, Lovie Smith, Shane 

Garrard. 



OrGANIZAT' 



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MS Alliance for 
Minority Participation 



Row 1 : Chasity Hawkins, Ericniesha Smith, 
Christin Boyette,Jamarius Johnson, Chelsea 
Lott, Janet Jira, Lacey Fitts. 
Row 2: Pierre Pope, Shaikenya Alexander, 
Brittany Starks, Erickeya Smith, Elizabeth 
Muriuki, Ashley Tanner, Cleveland Phinisee. 
Not pictured: Bonnie Williams 



Phi Eta Sigma 

Freshmen Honors Society 



Row 1: Felecia Jenkins, Ashley 
Jackson, Diana Dunn, Lacey 
Haynes, Ellen Thompson, Jennifer 
Hatfield. 

Row 2: Jessica Stokes, Kristen 
Holcomb, Kaitlin Ingram, Chessie 
Clark, Carrie Willis, Beka Alford. 
Row 3; Rachael Cibson, Beth Ann 
Youngblood, Jessica Taylor, Chad 
Tow, Kayla Eaton, and Jessica 
Veazey. 



Sigma Delta Pi 

Spainsh Honors Society 



Row 1 : Pedro Aguilar, Christy Crosby, Emily 
Hearn, Dorothy Mclnnis. 
Row 2: Jessica Shannon, Claudia Viehmann, 
Brandi Ward. 




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ROJV'MZATIONS 




African American 
Student Council 



Row 1 : Ceterrica Bogan, Nick Evans, 

Stella Hunter, Shavonica Williams, 

Jeffrey Jones 

Row 2: Tara Dunn, Alonte Abrams, 

Poriana Williams, Brittany Granger, 

Vanessa Washington 

Row 3: Christian Moore, Martinese 

Hamilton, Tracey Paul, Joylyn Rose 

Smith, Meshea Watson, Alicia Moore, 

Jessica Brown. 



Mathematics 
Association 
of America 



Row 1 : Sarah Moore, Brittany Eikner, Jennifer 

Thorn. 

Row 2: Craig Warren, Stephan Roberts, Cat 

Rowan. 



Kappa Pi 

Art Fraternity 



Row 1: Shemera O'Neal, Ashley Pellum, 
Amy Burchfield, Marya Paolillo, Adam Terry, 
Shiridonn Luib Labastida. 
Row 2: Ky Johnston, Shirna Richardson, 
Jeremiah Smith, Hannah Swafford, Angela 
Waller, James Moss. 



Organiz 



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Association of 

Information Technology 

Professionals 



Row 1 : LeeAnn Martin, Rabat Rashid, 

Ramona Greer, Azrie Vassel, Essie 

Hawkins. 

Row 2: Deletrice Butler. Sandra Smith, 

Larissa Mitchell, Claire Pitts, Brittany 

Granger. Antoinette McWright-Taylor, 

Jennifer L. Ziegelmayer. 

Row 3: Nason Stephens, Klint Keown, 

Sean Jackson, Michael Koehler, Marcus 

Casw-ell, Stephen Houston. 



Student Accounts & 

Business 

Administrators 

Row 1-Renika Williams, Ann Marie Smythe, 

Ashley King, Freddie Watt, Sharon Ford, 

Nishi MioPoui, Susan McCkeary 

Row 2: Tierra Jenkins, Alexa Hendrix, David 

Kent, Kelsey Jones, Beth Ann Youngblood, 

Vidhya Kalyanaraman, Lisa Sandifer, Jamie 

Bailey. 

Row 3: Waymon Clark Jr., Emmett Manly, 

Kyle Stoner, Jake VanNamen, Randy Geimer, 

Billy Morehead. 

Row 4: Chris Holsenbeck, Bret Reynolds. 

Jimmie Blount. 



Criminology 
Council 



Row 1: Marquita Dorsey, Elisa Bell, Marian 

McGee. 

Row 2: Jonathan Haddon, Montrell Alexander, 

Page Logan. 




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Organizations 




National Student 
Speech, Language, 8c 
Hearing Association 



Row 1 : Tykekia Moore, Cierra Tucker, Britiney 

March, Kate Clark, Katie Morrison, Staci Kellum, 

Katrese Williams. 

Row 2: Latasha Curtis, Yolanda Hollis, Raven 

Rye, Alice Buehler, Cara Hite, Amanda Cooper, 

Shavonica Williams, Hannah Walt, Jessica Stokes. 

Row 3: Denese Gillespie, Rebecca Antici, Annie 

Selman, Melanie Waller, Meri Whitney Zieman, 

Christy Norrell, Leah Santucci. 

Row 4: Allison Williams, Daivda Adams, April 

Helms, Vanessa Washington. 



Wildlife 
Society 



Row I : Holly Kendall, Christina Remington and 
TAZ, Chad Washington, Cody Haynes. 
Row 2: Chris Boykin, Devon Ramsey, Dr. Jeff 
Duguay, Darrin Hardesly. 



The Delta 
Statement Staff 



Row 1: Andy Howell, Angela Liang, 
Catherine Lavender, Chiquikta Fountain, 
Garrett Smith. 

Row 2: Danitra West, Tynecia Grace, 
Amber Nicole Roy, Mike Weeks, Margo 
Baker. 

Row 3: Chiquita Williams, Brittany 
Davis, Jennifer Carouthers, Sam Styers, 
Mary Beth Johnson, Sarah Hutcherson. 
Row 4: Thomas Wetzel, Anthony Dean, 
Michel Herrington, Taylor Mitchell, 
Danielle Sharkey. 



Organizatii 



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Delta 
Diplomats 



Row 1 : Aleia Segars, Casey Harlow. Haley 

Sligh. Beka Alford. 

Row 2: Ebonee Johnikin, Laura Blood, 

Christy Crosby, Megan Frazier, Vanessa 

Washington, Kelsey Walker. 

Row 3: Austin Childress, Joel Young, Meri 

Whitney Zieman, Miles Dorroh, Paul 

Stabbatini. 



Omicron Delta 
Kappa 



The National Leaedership Honors 
Society 

Row 1 : Seth Duhs. Sarah Brumfield. Angela 

Liang, Marya Paolillo. Katie Morrison, Georgene 

Clark. 

Row 2: Wayne Blansett, Jackie Stowe. Elsie Lynn 

Ervin, Pam Mangrum, Linda Ross, Andrew 

Owen. 

Row 3: Dengier Cobb. Clifton Wingard, Paul 

Stabbatini, Lacey Mixon, Drew Barham, Kate 

Kinnison, Liegh Smith, Staci Kellum, Deborah 

Brick. Julie Jackson. 



Honors 
Program 



Row 1: Sarah McDowell, Beta Alford, Nakia 
Kimble, Jessica Veazey, Felecia Jenkins, Margo 
Baker, Kim Leach, Jenny Thorn. 
Row 2: Rachael Gibson, Beth Ann Youngblood, 
Carrie Willis. 



Organizations 






Diamond 
Girls 



Row 1: Katie Morrison, Mary Mac Drake, Gate 
Rowe, Gina Whitmore, Diana McLemore, 
Amber Neal, Abbey Bennett, Dixie Griffin, 
Chelsea Latham, Hannah Walt. 
Row 2: Erika Sanford, Lauren Boone, Kayla 
Woods, Mckenzie Mclntire, Laura Howarth, 
Sarah Strickland, Victoria Havens, Kaitiin 
Ingram, Kori Strickland, Christy Crosby. 
Row 3: Teresa Pongetti, Meri Ansley Miller, 
Ashley Neal, Emily Herrick, Kathryn Harlow, 
Holly Davis, Kate Kinnison, Henley Cooper, 
Haley Sligh. 



Student Alumni 
Association 

Row 1: Morgan Tiionipsoii, Kayla Woods, Mary Mac 
Drake, Gina Whitmire, Chelsea Latham, Christ Mullen, 
(Carrie Willis, Laura Blood, Jennie Ouido, Brittany Stark, 
Shawanda Barnum, Callie Ward, Katie Morrison. 
Row 2: Diana McLemore, Megan Frazier, Elissa Rodgers, 
Austin Childress, Morganne Montomery, Lacey Horn, 
Lexi Wood, Katie Hunt, Lacey Hanyes, Mercedes 
I'atterson. Henley Cooper, Victoria Havens, Haley Sligh, 
Laura Howarth, Jeffery Farris. 

Row 3: Rhonda Min lull. I< resa Pongetti, Emily Herrick. 
Maggie McLellan. l,iii(Kt\ I ,i;.4aii, Stephanie Martyn, 
Andrew Martyn. Wimssa W.ishington, Pierre Pope. 
Row 4: Aleia Segars, Tyler Russell, Mary Swatley, Melissa 
X.Ason, Diana Dunn, Amber Harrison, Ashton Alderman, 
t Jiristine Rustom, Abbie Edgar, Olivia Johnston. Amber 
Neal. Brandon Stevens. 

Row 5: R\'an Harl. .Abbey Bennet. Sarah Brumfield. 
.Audrie Rhoda. Lauken .Ashtord, Lauren Oglesby. 



Organizations 



Catholic 

Student 

Association 



Row 1 : Shen Shue, Melissa Webber, I-Fen Shue, 
Leigh Rogers, Meri Whitney Sieman, Catherine 
Lavender, Maggie Bootman, Katherine Shaman. 
Row 2: Richard Shue, Justin Nichlos, Father 
Sean, Nethel Hector, Lindsay Boyette, Marya 
Paolillo. 

Row 3: Jeremy Tackett, Paul Sabbatini, Reeves 
Gaddy, JP Armstrong, Leigh Pickard, Bert 
Pickard. 



Campus 
Crusade 



Row 1 : Abby Red, Courtney Hale, Chessie 
Clark, Staci Kellum, Amanda Bruss, Meri 
Whitney Zieman, John Phillip Armstrong. 
Row 2; Brittany Davis, Tracy Peyton, Kate 
Kinnison, McKenzie Mcintire, Gina Whitmore. 
Jenny Thorn, Kristin Sibley. 
Row 3: Jamison Shipley. Ben McNeer, Nathan 
Shideler, Deborah Brick, Jane Kelly Howard, 
Laura Orsborn, Cody Kelley, Brandon Baldwin, 
Jake VanNamen, Jeremy Bruss. 



Baptist 

Student 

Union 



Row 1: Morgan Thompson , Adrien McSwain, 
Amber Wright, Katy Smith, Annie Selman, 
Laura Orsborn, Kristen Sibley, Jenny Thorn, 
Kim Leach, Jeanna Wilkes, Lorrie Strong. 
Row 2; Brittany Ikner, Anna Smith, Amber 
Barnes, Brancy Cummons, Hilari Tackett, Tyler 
Burnell, Tyler Russel, Kerri Curbow, Katie 
Williams, Clayton Gregory, Brandon Stevens. 
Row 3: TJ Wofford, Lane Berg, Danny Barnes, 
Holly Brassel. 

Row 4: Stephen Webb, Brett Pellum, Jonathan 
Hilderant, Ken Oakes, DeAron Washington, 
Nickey Johnson, Michael Cox, Jay Johns, 
Tommy Shroads, Bill Kirkpatrick. 




Organizations 





Wesley 
Foundation 



Wesley Rafting Group 

Row 1: Patrick Quinn, Megan Crowe, Joy 
Smith, Allison Hall, Caleb Earnest, Amanda 
Smith, Sonya Robinson. 

Row 2: Eddie Willis, William Jowers, Brittany 
Starks, Ally Williamson, Maggie Bootman, 
Bryan Strickland, Jeanna Wilkes, Josh Bowman. 
Row 3: Lamarcus Cross, Robert Craft, 
Angelique Arnold, Chessie Clark, Josh Boren, 
Chatelaine Fortenberry, Ken Amos, Shelly 
Steele, Beth Ann Youngblood, Courtney Hale. 



Reformed 
University 
Fellowship 



Row 1: Mary Mac Drake, Joannah Ballard, Jane 
Howard, Patrick Remington, Miles Dorroh. 
Row 2: Shelby Carter, Jessica Veazey, Katy 
Smith, Tiffany Smith, Steven Sellers, Jason 
Moorhead, Seth Still. 

Row 3: Ken Oakes, Ben Wofford, Lane Berg, 
TJ Wofford, Matthew Breazeale, Jonathan Szot, 
John Mauney, Troy Hodges, Seth Duhs, Jessica 
Shannon, Gillie Morgan, Brandon Morgan. 



Organiz 



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AX'LJn^ 



Chamber 
Singers 

Ro\v 1 : Keila Rone, Katie Gibson, Meg 
Dennis, Sarah Eads, Lindsey Roy, Latoya 
Calhoun, Heather Bunkley, Jessica Taylor, 
Melissa Joiner. 

Row 2: Douglas Johnson, Andrew Owen, 
Daniel Kelley Andy Beasley, Tyrek 
McKinlev, Brad Bailard, LeMorris Hunt, 
Benjamin HoUey. 



Chorale 



Row 1 : Sarah Eads, Christi Sweeting, Daniel 
Kelley, Lindsey Roy Hollie Hinton, Latoya 
Calhoun, Cannon Grant, Crystal Howard, 
Tyrek McKinley Emily Peacock. 
Row 2: Robin Washington, Chiquita Allen, 
Jim Rutledge, Dominique Smith, Katie 
Gibson, Meg Dennis, Megan Frazier, Zach 
Hardy Meg Bennett, Molly Jennings. 
Row 3: Jeanna Wilkes, Steven Hugley 
Heather Bunkley, Andrew Owen, Keila 
Rone, Brad Ballard, Coriss Watson, And\ 
Beasley, Jessica Taylor, Douglas Johnson. 
Row 3: Michelle Moran, Earl Reed, John 
McCormick, LeMorris Hunt, Jack Fletcher, 
Melissa Joiner, Benjamin HoUey, Noelle 
Lawrence, David Dunavent, Lana Johnson. 



Percussion 
Ensemble 



Row 1 : Brian Schilling, Mandi King, Amber 

Horton. 

Row 2; Larry Bradford, Lana Johnson, Joanna 

Sabine. 

Row 3; Wesley Patrick, Ashley Bobo, Derrick 

Brown, Naz Rhodes, Daniel Payne, Brian Lindsey 

Ashley Burton. 




Organizations 




Low Brass 
Ensemble 



Row 1: Brad Ballard, Joe B. Raymond III, Brian 
Thomson, Eric Perry, Thomas Shroads, Dr. Douglas 
L. Mark. 

Row 2: James Koestler, Jim Rutledge, David Mason, 
David Cunningham, Brett Daniels, Nicholas Comfort. 



New Music 
Ensemble 



Row 1: Jessica Flowers, Will Hartanovich, Gene 
Kachenovich, Jennifer Hatfield, Phillip Carter. 
Row 2: Brian Schilling, Christi Sweeting, Katherine 
Grant, Nikki Jobe, Saralr Green. 
Row 3: David Dunavent, Robert Craft, Austin 
White, Evan Mealer, Steven Hugley. 



Wind 
Ensemble 



Row I: Lana Johnson, Jennifer Coggins, Bailey Fletcher, 

Jessica Flowers, Meg Bennett, Christi Sweeting, JJ Hatfield. 

Row 2: Tabatha Robertson, Nikki Jobe, Miranda Webb, 

Katie Brooker, Amanda Gill, Emily Meredith, Sarah Green, 

Brandon Smith, Shanna Haynes, Austin White, Steven 

Hugley. 

Row 3: Chris Sparks, Claire Gentry, Tim Powell, Jonathan 

Williams, Even Mealer, Andrew Owen, David Crawford, 

Ginny McDaniels, David Cunningham, Brian Thomson, 

Thomas Shroads, Joe Raymond 

Row 4: Nick Comfort, David Mason, Jason Lane, Brad 

Ballard. 

Row 5: Gene Kachnovich, Wesley Patrick, Mandi King, 

Ashley Burton, Joanna Sabine, Amber Horton, Brian 

Lindsey, Derrick Brown. 



O RGAN IZ ATIONS 



Steel 
Band 



Row 1: Mandi King, Amber Horton, 

Lana Johnson, Joanna Sabine, LeMorris 

Hunt, Jessica Flowers, Julie Bowen. 

Row 2: Larry Bradford, Jennifer Coggins, 

Ashley Burton, Brian Schilling. 

Row 3:Greg Cobb, Daniel Payne, Derrick 

Brown, Philip Carter. 



Delta 
Singers 




Row I ; Charles Ross, Tara Rowe, Seth 
Duhs, Jillian Rogers, Christin Boyette, 
Johnathan Williams, Amanda demons, 
Clarence Johnson, Mary Mac Drake, 
Rachel Pittman. 

Row 2: Whitney Hargrett, Kortni 
Washburn, Katy Saxton, Tamara Koeder, 
Geraldlynn Williams, Tynecia Grace, 
Robert McGehee, Kate Harbaugh, Gene 
Kachenovich, Lizzie Smith. 
Row 3: Chris Adams, Alvin Taylor, Sarah 
Green, Jokomis Scott, Brittany Moxley, 
Rickey Thomas, Becca Ozbirn, Jennifer 
Carouthers, Glory Kipapa. 



God's 

Anointed 

Vocies 



Row 1: La' Amber Craig, Kia Howard, Sherika 

Farmer, Ronchae' Morris, Latoya Calhoun, Bashara 

Grose, Marilyn Johnson. 

Row 2: Pierre L. Miller. Raven S. Causey, Montrel 

Alexander, Debra Payne, Camesha Benson, Jeslynn 

Polk, Dominique Miller, Brenita Smith. 

Row 3: Tasheba Buckner, Angelica L. Williams, 

Marian McGee, Michael Lipford, Brandon Jamal 

Davis, Willie Gant, Wendolyn Stevens. 



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Organ I 




IZATIONS 



Baylor Barnett, Walker Cox, Ba\lor 

Jackson. Colby Drher, Samantha 

Blake, Ms. Liz Summers Kate 

McClain, Anna Patton George 

Sherrod Cauthen. Hudson Willi 

Joe Byrd, Jack Warrington M 

LaShanta Le i 



Children 

Development 

Center 




Row 1: Emory Manley, John Butler Edwards, Ben Marchetta, Tyler Jackson, Hill Lasker, Zoey 

Hutchins. 

Row 2: Jason Giger, Seph Correro, Kayla Brisdin, Carson Jenkins, Ms. Michelle Enriquez, Eliz 

beth Grey Havens, Alex H^ 



, Katie Alverez, Ms. Valerie Brown. 



Rowl: Anna Scotl Gant, Grayson Glorioso, John Christophei 

Moore, Hugh Hopper. 

Row2: Ms. Brenda Dumas, Rhett McKnight, Grace Bassie, Nathan Logan, Sara Peytt 

Edwards. Reid McKnight. Ms. Jeannie Hoskins. 



Row L Cruz Oguz, Claire 
White, Mary Taylor Mon- 
tessi, Catie White, Caymen 
Norwood, Annisten Thomas, 
Gracie Day Bishop, Mhina 
Balthrop. 

Row 2: Ms. Leslie Bishop, 
trace Hendon, Fred Dumas, 
Austin Batts. Elle Nassar, 
Harris Myers, Mary Ella 
Chicorelli, Cabot Nassar, 
Cannon McCiain. 



Row I: Reed Batts, Jordan E\ans 

Caroline Buford, Emma Gong Lane\ 

Harris, Caine Buehrmg 

Row 2: Carsley Gant, Ms Trebi i 

Daniels, Grayson Barnett, Ms. Carohn 

Muncher. Colleen Gonzalez, Michael 

Delahoussaye, William Garrett Ms 

Rendia Lark 




Organ 



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University Cabinet 





John Hilpert 

President 



Ann Lotven 

Provost & Vice President of 
Academic Affa i rs 



Wayne Blansett 

Vice President of 

Student Affairs 




Keith Fulcher 

Executive Director of 
Alumni-Foundation 



Jeremy McClain 

Director of Athletics 



Greg Redlin 

Vice President for 
Finance & Administration 



Michelle Roberts 

Vice President for 
University Relations 




Myrtis Tabb 

Associate Vice President 
Finance & Administration 



Debbie Heslep 

Dean of Enrollment 
Manageynent 



Libby Carlson 

Academic Council 
Representative 



David Herbert 

Faculty Senate 
President 



fU.cSet^' 



AND Staff 



Academic Council 




Ann Lotven Collier Parker Billy Moore Leslie Griffin 

Provost & Vice President Dean, College of Arts & Dean, College of Business Dean, College of 

of Academic Affairs Sciences Education 




Libby Carlson 

Dean, School of Nursing 



Jeff Slagell 

Dean of Library 

Services 



Tyrone Jackson Luther Brown 

Interim Dean, Division of Assoc. Dean of Delta 
Graduate & Cont. Studies Regional Development 



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David Herbert 

Faculty Senate 
President 



John Elliott 

Registrar 



Debbie Heslep 

Dean of Enrollment 
Management 



Beverly Moon 

Assoc. Dean for 
Assessment & Planning 



Faculty and Sxaff 



Faculty & Staff 




Faoljupy 8c Staff 



Allen-Ervin 



Faculty & Staff 




Jim Allen 

Athletics 

Eric Atchison 

Inst. Research & Plan. 

Christie Ayers 

Admissions 

Mose Bailey 

Facilities Management 

Duncan Baird 

Art 



Beronica Baldridge 

CCED 

Cheryl Ballard 

Academic Affairs 

Alan Barton 

Social Sciences 

Rodney Batts 

Athletics 

Barry Bays 

DMI 



Marcie Behrens 
Inst. Research & Plan. 

Lisa Bell 

Inst. Research & Plan. 

Steven Bennett 

Admissions 

Casey Bourgoyne 

Athletics 

Robin Boyles 

Grants & Contracts 



Matthew Breaux 

Bookstore 
Patsy Burchfield 
Academic Affairs 

Benjamin 

Burgos-Aguilar 

Lang & Lit 

Lynn Byrd 

CIS 

Shirley Cain 

Bookstore 

Lequint Caswell 

Procurement 

Georgene Clark 

Lang & Lit 

Hines Cronin 

CCED 

Lee Curry 

Facilites Management 

Todd Davis 

HPER 



Chad Benson 

Business 

Jennifer Diggins 

Admissions 

Betsy Elliott 

Career Services 

Bryan Ellis 

Athletics 

Elsie Lynn Ervin 

Housing 



Faculxy &!:^arA;EF 



Ervin-Johnson 
Faculty & Staff 



Jim Ervin 

Athletics 

Mary Jane Ervin 

Housing 

Jeffrey Karris 

Alumni Association 

Becky Finley 

Registar's Office 

Becky Foster 

University Accounting 

Michael Gann 

C.omm (^Marketing 

Dana George 

Athletics 

Marjorie Gladden 

Student Business Sen'ices 

Peggy Gladden 
President Emeritus Office 

Chrissy Glasgow 
Student Business Services 



Judy Godbold 
Registrar's Office 

Krista Goetz 

Finance & Admin 

John Green 

Social Sciences 

Randy Grierson 

Athletics 

Dustin Grubb 

Admissions 



Clint Hadley 

Police 

Gracie Harkins 

Admissions 
Jo Lynn Harris 

Police 

David Jay Hebert 

Mathematics 

Brian Hein 

Athletics 



Nathaniel Hein 

Art 
Bert Herbison 

Art 
Debbie Heslep 

Admissions 
Darrin Hicks 

Athletics 

Hazel Hilley 

Registrar's Office 

Griffin Hite 

Bookstore 

Teresa Houston 

Student Business Sennce. 

Michael lacopelli 

DMI 

Julie Jackson 

Housing 

Cooper Johnson 

Business 




Ea&ulxy 8c Staff 



Katemhe-Parker 



Faculty & Staff 




|ira William Katembe 

Biu &' Pliysical Science 

Mary C^laiie Kinnison 

Admissions 

Mike Kinnison 

Athletics 

Bill Kirkpatrick 

BSL^ Director 

Ron Koehler 

Art 



Leigh Korb 

Presidents Office 

Bevin T. Lamb 

Alumni Association 

Wayne Lee Jr. 

HPE& R 
Beverly Lindsey 

Payroll 

Michael Lipford 

Student Business Services 



Maricia Lishman 

Student Business Services 

Ann Lotven 

Academic Affairs 

Muhacl Martin 

Pmt Office 
David Martinez 

Athletics 

Ronnie Mayers 

Athletics 



Barbara McKnight 

Student Business Services 
Cliff McMahon 

Art 

Edith McMillen 

Fam & Consumer Science 

Charles S. Metcalf 

Aviation 

Tracy Minis 

Social Work 



Christy Montesi 
Career Services 
Beverly Moon 
Academic Affairs 
Deborah Moore 

CCED 

Antione Morton 

Facilities Management 

Bill Moses 

Comm & Marketing 

Michael Mounce 
Library Services 
Charles Murrah 
Police 
Jimmy Muzzi 
Facilities Management 
Renelda Owen 

Lang £f Lit 

Delisa Parker 

President's Office 



Facuuty &:-SanAEF 



Petrova-Steele 



Faculty & Staff 



Petya Petrova 

Athletics 

Jack Phillips 

Lang & Lit 

Deborah Pilgrim 

University Accounting 

Doug Pinkerton 

Athletics 

Chet Pobolish 

Athletics 



Kim Pongetti 

Speech (jf Hearing 

Anjanette Powers 

Teacher Education 

Kristen Pyron 

CCED 

Frieda Quon 

Library Services 

Ron Roberts 

Athletics 



Beckv Robertson 

Registrar Office 

Cortney Robertsmi 

E-Learning 

Christy Rocconi 

Student Financial Aid 

Lestine Rogers 

CCED 

Carla Ross 

CCED 



Linda Ross 

Union Office 

Clint Rountree 

Athletics 

Kim Rushing 

Art 

Mollie Rushing 

Art 

Sandra Rushing 

Athletics 



Katrina Sanders 

Grad ^ Continuing Studies 

Elizabeth Sarcone 

Lang & Lit 
Dianne Schattner 

Library Seix'ices 

Carmaleta L. Shaw 

Academic Affairs 

Suzanna Simpson 

Inst. Research & Plan. 



Leigh Smith 
Union Office 
Mack Smith 
Mathematics 
Reagan Smith 
Student Affairs 
Mark Snyder 

DMI 

Cindy Steele 

Small Business Develop. 




Fkc^uiiFY 8c Staff 



Steinriede-Wojcik 



Faculty 8c Staff 



K< l<( A SI, iniicdc 

Rose Si Lilian 
Mathematics 
James Toniek 

Lang & Lit 

Yvonne Toniek 

Lang & Lit 

Meghan Vandeipool 

Athletics 



Liza Vaugh 

Alumni & Foundation 

Helen Wade 

CCED 

Stephen Waggener 

Athletics 

Jane W'aldriip 

Library Services 

Benn Walker 

Police 

Heather Walker 
Admissions 
Glendscene Williams 
Busin 




(Left) Union Director Linda Ross plays with a )0-yo which were given away as 
goodies ^vith the Valentines day gift bags that were handed out by UPC. (Above) 
Tricia Walker pei'forms her very own song during a half-time performance. 



Faculty 



. J.^J 



Buescher-Libby 



Graduates 



Kyle Buescher 

Cleveland 
Marcus Caswell 

Greenville 
Travis Chamblee 

Vicksburg 



Marsha Cherry 

Clarksdale 

John Constable 

Coatbridge, Scotland 

Bennett Crow 

Water Valley 



Leticia Cunha 

Rio De Janeiro, Brazil 

Colby Harris 

New Orleans, La. 

Carley Jefcoat 

Greenwood 



Melissa Jones 

Lambert 

Jeff Kent 

Valparaisso, Ind. 

Angle Libby 

St. Louis, Mo. 




Graduates 



Mikel-Winkler 



Graduates 




Travis Mikel 

Fort Walton Beach, Fla. 

Melissa N. Oliver 

Clarksdale 

Ben O'Neill 

Madison, Wise. 



Kevin Palmertree 

Sard is 

Taneisha Rogers 

Houston, Texas 

Katrina Sanders 

Cleveland 



Jenna Smart 

Morris, III. 

Paul Swartz 

Pensacola, Fl. 

Blake Whatley 

Cleveland 



Kamica White 

Shelby 

Courtney Wilson 

Hollandale 
Geoffrey Winkler 
Baton Rouge, La. 



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Alexander - Burton 



Seniors 



Shakita Alexander 

Greenville 

Angela Allen 

Farrell 

Jonathan Anderson 

Ocean Springs 

Milena Araujo 

Sao Paulo, Brazil 

Rob Armstrong 

Greenville 



Angela R. Bailey 

Grenada 

Shannan Bailey 

Webb 

Kristen Baity 

Isola 

Courtney Bankhead 

Isola 

Amy Barefoot 

Cleveland 



Dreiv Barham 

Independence 

Blake Barnes 

Baldwyn 

Eric Martin Barnes 

Cleveland 

Rristi Basso 

Ponchalula. La. 

Rajunadria Beasley 

Greenville 



Matthew Breazeale 

Diirant 

Deborah Brick 

Oxford 

Sarah Brunitield 

Cle-veland 

Erica Bruton 

Glen Allan 

Christin Br)ant 

Coldwater 



Svrdwayne Beckford 


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Silver City 


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LaWanda Berdiii 


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Gregory Betterson 


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Skniors 



Busby - Doss 
Seniors 




Patricia Busily 

Greenwood 
Deletrice Butler 

Indianola 
Constance Caesar 

Greemoood 

Shalenda Caffey 

Ruleville 

Ricardo Callender 

Memphis, Tenn. 

Jennifer Carouthers 

Tupelo 

Patricia Carpenter 

Greenville 

Reginald P. Carter 

Shaw 

Linda Ceats 

Belzoni 

Megan Christiansen 

Olive Branch 



Colleen Christie 

Crystal Springs 

Matthew Clanton 

Greenville 

Cedric Clark 

Jacksoyi 

Chris Clark 

Paducah, Ky. 

Lars Cliftonsmith 

Jackson 

Gregory Cobb 

CoUiennlle 

Tag Cole 

Gulfport 

Kenyada D. Collins 

Shelby 

Jon Correro 

Cleveland 

Thomas Crocker 

Cleveland 



Joshua Cross 

Clarksdale 

David Cunningham 

Greenville 

Angela Davidson 

Broken Arrow, Okla. 

James Davidson 

West Point 

Damian Davis 

Lambert 



Meg Dennis 

Tupelo 

Lydia Devore 

Madison 

Lola Dixon 

Lexington 

Cheryl Dorsey 

Shaw 

Yarkiema Doss 

Pontotoc 



Seniors 



Douglass- Hardesty 



Seniors 

Kelli Douglass 

Clinton 

Alton Dowell 

Belle Glade, Fla. 

Lee Dozier 

Bentonia 

Raven Dye 

Sardis 

Micheal Caleb Earnest 

Memphis, Tenn. 



Chris Eccles 
Pensacola, Fla. 
AUysen Ellis 
Orlando, Fla. 
Jason Elzie 

Tupelo 
Elena English 

Vickshurg 

Lindsey Fagan 

Yazoo City 

Anthony Fizer 

Shaw 

Angela Frazier 

Greenville 

Queeneice Ganison 

Greenville 

Jennifer Gerasimas 

Mesa, Az. 

Lynsey Giachelli 

Indianola 



Valerie Gillespie 

Pocahontas, Tenn. 

Surframe Gilleylen 

Amory 

Felicia Graham 

Helena, Ark. 

Brittany Granger 

Greenville 

Betty Gray 

Greenville 



Alice L. Green 

Grenada 
Earnesto Green 

Jackson 

Nekelah Green 

Mound Bayou 

Evan Griffin 

Germantown, Tenn. 

Les Groper 

Hazlehurst 



Lora Guthrie 

Purvis 

Courtney Hale 

Senatobia 

Magan Hall 

Pace 

Martinese Hamilto: 

Indianola 

Darrin Hardesty 

Elaine, Ark. 



Sen-io^ 




Harlow - James 




Seniors 

Case)' Harlow 

Grenada 

I.aShundra Harris 

Lambert 

Shirley Harris 

Tunica 

Amber Harrison 

Grenada 

Sean Harrison 

Tallahassee, Fla. 



Charles Harristiv 

Brandon 

Brandon Hartzell 

White Bear Lake, Minn. 

Taviiis Hawvood 

Winslonville 

Nethel Hector 

Portsmouth, Dominica 

Justin Henry 

Dalton, Ga. 



Secondria M. Henry 

Mound Bayou 

Dewonda Hicks 

Duncan 

Lardester Hicks-Green 

Chicago, III. 

Sara Ellen Hill 

Cleveland 

Whitney Hille 

Raymond 

Cate Hitchcock 

Greenville 

Cara Hite 

Yazoo City 

Kenna Hogue 

Clinton 

Benjamin Holley 

Memphis, Tenn. 

Jean Hooper 

Tutwiler 



Crystal Howard 

Clarksdale 

Laura Hovvarth 

Cleveland 

Brett Hyatt 

Soso 

Renita Isom 

Holly Springs 

Angela Jackson 

Greenville 



Eric Jackson 

Amite, La. 

Jonathan Jackson 

Memphis, Tenn. 

Trakari Jackson 

Greenville 

Miriam Jackson 

Rolling Fork 

Mary Katherine James 

Greenville 



Si:Ni©R^' 



Jenkins - McGee 



Seniors 



Laneka Jenkins 

Cleveland 

Ebonee Johnikin 

Laurel 

Mary Beth Johnson 

Olive Branch 

Nicholas Johnson 

Crystal Springs 

Stacy Johnson 

Coldwater 

Cynthia Jones 

Greenville 
Jeffrey Jones 

Carrollton 
Mary Margaret Jones 

Hollandale 

Renita Jones 

Sta rhville 

Trev Jones 
Moultrie, Ga. 

Jed Howard Jones Jr. 

Starkville 

Anthony King 

San Antonio, Texas 

Mandi King 

Carthage 

Kate Kinnison 

Clrveland 
Brad Latham 
Tuscaloosa, Ala. 



Anika Leslie 

Benoit 

Curtisha Leslie 

Greenville 

Casey Lewis 

Meridian 

Jessie Lockwood 

Kemmerer, Wyo. 

K)le Loftis 

Southaven 



Rodrigo Luczensk)' 

Sao Paulo, Brazil 

Pamela Mangriim 

Tunica 

Oliver Mansour 

Melbourne, Australia 

Andrew Martyn 

Greenville 

Leslie Mason 

Ashland 



ChristO]iher Adams 

Greenville 

La'Maesha McAdorx 

Durant 

Kirsten McBride 

Clarksdale 

Arquette McCoy 

Sunflower 

Valerie McGee 

Renova 



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Mclntire - Pellum 



Seniors 




i)SU students show the Statesmen football team their support at the 
tame with their "King of the Jungle" sign. 



McKenzie Mclntire 

Leland 

Bradle)' McKay 

W'mona 

Benjamine McKenzie 

Brookhaven 

Efia Mentuhotep 

Pachuta 

Kimberly Mitchell 

Columbus 



Rhonda Mitchell 

Grenada 

Thomas A. Mock 

Quantico, Va. 

Rob Moore 

Charleston 

Michelle Moran 

Madison 

Elizabeth Muriuki 



John Alan Murray 

McComb 

Morgan Nail 

Cleveland 

Devonda Newsome 

Bassfield 

Leundria Newson 

Shaw 

Justin Nichols 

Cleveland 



Al Nonymous 

Classified 

Okra 

Clei'eland 



Shermera C. O'Neal 

Lexington 

Tiffany O'Neal 

Rosedale 



Andrew Owen 

Cleveland 

Elizabeth J. Pellum 

Olive Branch 



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Peyton - Smith 
Seniors 



Tracy Peyton 

Yazoo City 

Jarel Preston 

Ocean Springs 

Latricia Preston 

Greenville 

Tristan Rawson 

Winona 

Joe B. Raymond III 

Gulfport 

Abby Red 

Senatobia 

Shirna' Richardson 

Cleveland 

Alton Robinson 

Hattiesburg 

Erica Rose 

Los Angeles, Calif. 

Chad Schroeder 

Demopolis, Ala. 

Asa Scott 

Friars Point 

Jerry L. Scott 

Greenville 

Annie Sehnan 

Crystal Springs 

Roman Sereda 

St. Petersburg, Russia 

Jessica Shannon 

Clarksdale 



Jacquisha Sims 

Shaw 

Brad Skipper 

Pensacola, Fla. 



Denise Smith 

Flowood 
Edwin Smith 



Marcy Smith 

Wesson 

Sancira Smitli 

Senatobia 




Pamela Mangrum, senior and President of the Mississippi Early Cliikl- 
hood Association, presents her board at the Elementary Eduacation 
W!|Ji round-up. 



Smith - Williams 




Seniors 

Shirley A. Smith 

Shelby 
Dominic Spinks 

Meridian 
Laura Swanson 
Oshkosh, Wise. 
Mr. Statesman 

Cleveland 
Jonathan Szot 

Cleveland 



Michael Tarrio 

Jackson 

Chadwick Taylor 



Jakeisha Taylor 

Gunnison 
Brooke Thomas 

Clinton 
Ricky Thomas 
West Helena, Ark. 



Ashley Thompson 
Jacksonville, Fla. 
Brittany Tillery 

Starkville 

Cameren Tipton 

Nesbit 

Jacqueline To 

Hong Kong 

Lashundrey Townsend 

Shelby 



Benjamin Tuberville 

Meridian 

Cleotha Tucker 

Pickens 

Crystal Tucker 

Beulah 

Jake VanNamen 

Cleveland 

Azrie Vassel 

Mound Bayou 



Angela Waller 

Batesville 
Melanie Waller 

Cleveland 
Emma Ward 

Ethel 
Craig Warren 

Senatobia 
Corris Watson 

Grenada 



Robert Watts 

Neui Orleans, La. 

Stephen Webb 

Greenwood 

Mike Weeks 

Tupelo 

Aaron Williams 

San Diego, Calif. 

Brooklyn Williams 

Belzoni 



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Seniors 

Nyesha Williams 

Greenville 

Samantha Williams 

Greenville 

Arrie Wilson 

Inverness 

Courtney Wilson 

Hollandale 

Dedrick Wilson 

Amite, La. 



Lakeisha Wilson 

Benoit 

Laura Ashley Wilson 

Shaw 

Sam Wilson 

Cleveland 

Ruth Winters 

Shaw 

Wesley Womble 

Benoit 

Elizabeth Wright 

Grenada 

Rhondesha W'right 

Greenwood 

Kim Yarborough 

Shaw 

Ufuk Yildiz 

Istanbul, Turkey 

Marilyn Young 

Indianola 



Roderick Young 
Jackson 




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Juniors 




Brooke Allgood 

Hueytown, Ala. 

Kelley Andrews 

Clarksdale 

Angelique Arnold 

Batesville 

Faye Austin 

Greenwood 

Alex Barillas 

Guatemala City 



Steven Belford, Jr. 

West Palm Beach, Fla. 

Abbey Bennett 

Clarksdale 

Laura Blood 

Southaven 

Maggie Bootman 

Olive Branch 

Tatiana Bouchaud 

France 



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uniors 



Julie Bouen 

Southaven 

Josh Bowman 

Mesa, Ariz. 

Willie Bradberr)' 

Greenville 
Neil Broussard 

Biloxi 

Derrick Broivn 

Orange Mound, Tenn. 

Mitch Br)ant 

Senatobia 

Amy Burchfield 

Clei'eland 

Mallori,- Burchfield 

Grenada 

Denise Calhoun 

Webb 

Hunter Calvert 

Crowd er 

Benji Campbell 

Flora 

Chelsea Carr 

Rowlett, Texas 

Shelby Carter 

Nesbit 

Jemica Causley 

Bartlett, Tenn. 

Ashle)' Cechovsky 

Sarnia, Canada 



Austin Childress 

Mountain Home, Ark 

Courtney Clark 

Sheridan, Ark. 

David Clark 

Silver Creek 

Cassie Coats 

Clarksdale 

Deniger Cobb 

Alligator 

Mitchell Cockrell 

Ruleville 

Jennifer Coggins 

Pontotoc 

Amario Cole 

Tupelo 
Matt Conner 

Oxford 

Isaac Coolev 

Washington, D.C. 



Marcus Cotton 
Clarksdale 
Ryan Crisco 

Pensacola, Fla. 

Christy Crosb\ 

Memphis, Tenn. 

Glenn Daniels 

Clei'eland 

Shelby Daves 

Carroll ton 





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Davis-Guidry 
Juniors 




BradlLV Davis 

Oxford 
Damian Davis 

Jackson 
Garrett DeWitt 
Destin, Fla. 
Josh Dill 
Greenville 
Darrell Dixon 
Clarksdale 



Kanesha Dudley 

Coffeeville 

Seth Duhs 

Brandon 

Tara Dunn 

Picayune 

Brittany Eikner 

Grenada 

Brittany Ellis 

Greenwood 



Mark Ellis 

Harlem, N.Y. 

C:hris Favors 

LaPlace, La. 

Stefanie Finley 

Cleveland 

Chertelaine Forteberry 

Grenada 

Marshall Fratesi 

Leland 



Katlan French 

Stakville 

Jaclyn Gerasimos 

Mesa, Ariz. 



Amy Gibson 

Setiatobia 

Becca Glass 

Lawrence, Kan. 



Patrick Grafton 

Gautier 

Amanda Guidrv 

Cut Off, La. 



Nursing majors Taylor DeLoacli, kciulall Rohcits. and Allison Ha 
pass out booklets about the Nursing Department during Pig Pickin' 
festivites. 



Juniors 



Halas-James 
Juniors 

Justin Halas 

Phetan, Calif. 

Terrance Handy 

Jackson 

Amanda Harbin 

Grenada 

Eric Harmon 

Greenville 

Cody Harris 

Colliverville, Tenn. 



Laura Harthcock 

Senatobia 

Rimberly Hensley 

Tampa, Fla. 

Sara Hester 

G reenville 

Jonatlian Hildebrant 

Hernando 

Leslie Hillhouse 

Clarksdale 



Kevin Ho 

Cleveland 
Carrie Hollingswortli 

Cla rksdale 
Delta Holloway 

Laurel 
Kevin Hollowell 

Hernando 
Savannah Hood 

Batesville 



Br\an Horn 

Horn Lake 

David Horstmann 

Rossville, Tenn, 



Mark Hoskins 

Louisville 

Justin Inguoldstad 

Oviedo, Fla. 



\'ictorica Jackson 

Clarksdale 

Dianna James 

Shaw 



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^ -,, VVitli coffee in reach, junior Jennie Guido uses her time wisely studyiii 
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James-McGee 
Juniors 



LaShaiinon James 

Shaw 

Yolanda Jefferson 

Marks 

Tierra Jenkins 

Okolona 

Tiamaine Jenkins 

San Diego, Calif. 

Jerry Johnson 

Lexington 

John Markjohnson 

Bentonia 

Lana Johnson 

Tupelo 
Linda Johnson 

Tutunler 

Mona Johnson 

Clarksdale 

Pauletta Johnson 

Glen Allan 



Tamara Johnson 

Greenville 

Daniel Junkin 

Brandon 

David Kent 

Philipp 

Nakia Kimble 

Coffeeville 

Jason Lane 

Forrest City, Ark. 



Chelsea Latham 

Grenada 

Catherine Lavender 

Clarksdale 

Kim Leach 

Star 

Bradesha Lee 

Greenwood 

John Lemoine 

Cleiieland 



Daryl London 
Memphis, Tenn. 
Cassondra Lyons 

Silver Creek 

Kevin Maddox 

Luling, La. 

Arian Maliqi 

PrishTina, Kosoua 

Amanda Martin 

Crowder 



Larry Mays 

Lambert 

Joseph McCray 

Fort Lauderdale, Fla. 

Justin McDaniel 

Popla r Creek 
Leigh McDonald 

' Gulf port 

Marian McGee 

Durant 



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uniors 



Renee Melson 

Flowood 

Matt Melton 

Cleveland 

Zak Mikel 

Ft. Walton Beach, Fla. 

Daniel Miller 

Clinton 

John Taylor Miller 

Duncan 

Zach Mills 

Petal 

Lacey Mixon 

Brandon 

Morganne Montgomer)- 

Greenwood 

James Mooney 

Pleasant Hill, Calif. 

Alicia Moore 

Cleveland 



Sarah Moore 

Greenwood 

Kate Moreland 

Starkville 
Katie Morrison 

Yazoo City 

Katharina Nett 

Cologne, Germany 

Ashley Norman 

Mound Bayou 



Deshandra Oatis 

Hollandale 

Cedric Okoi 

St. Paul, Minn. 

Amanda Oleis 

Cleveland 

Edie Oliver 

Eupora 

Rolando Oliver 

Richmond, Calif. 

Becca Ozbirn 

Senatobia 

Krystle Ozols 

Gold Coast, Australii 

Marya Paolillo 

Oxford 
Jesse Pedyfoot 

Vicksbu rg 
Dmitry Pirshin 
Moscow, Russia 



Kaitlyn Pittman 

Ottawa, Canada 

Teresa Pongetti 

Cleveland 

Katie Pounds 

Southaven 

Jarel Preston 

Ocean Springs 

Aaron Purncll 

Eupora 




Juniors 



Ra^on-Smith 




Tara Dunn helps support and spiead the news about Breast Cancer 
Awarness month by passing out ribbons to wear during the month of 
October. 



Smith-Sykes 
Juniors 

Jeremiah Smith 

Greenville 

Justin Smith 

Scott 

Katy Smith 

Cleveland 

Bruce Snow 



Eric Spencer 

Mavion, Ark. 



Jasnald Sproles 

Greenwood 

Paceffiney Sprouse 

Greenville 

D'Angelo Spry 

Greenville 
Ben Stallings 

Cleveland 

Bo Stallings 

Cleveland 



Michael Starkey 

Southaven 

Nason Stephens 

Longbeach 

David Struble 

Omaha, Neb. 

Dominique Sutton 

Jackson 

Meggie Svkes 

Duck Hill 




Teammatt> \\v\ |,,l]t■^, t.ulc Andieu^, D..\id Wages, Liade I'arker, Da\id Smith, Patrick Grafton, and David Horstniann 
from tlie men's soccer team paint up to support the women's soccer game. 



Juniors 



Tackett-Williams 




Juniors 

Jeremy Tackett 

Greenville 

Dawn Thomson 

Schomberg, Canada 

Pete Vaesau 

Pinole, Calif. 

Jacqueline Vaugh 

Cleveland 

David Wages 

Germantoum, Tenn. 



Kelsey Walker 

Southaven 
Callie Weaver 

Houston 

Melissa Webber 

Springboro, Ohio 

Haley Wells 

Grenada 

Kenneth Whitfield 

Louisville 



Gina Whitmire 

Clarksdale 

Catherine Whitt 

Hollandale 

Troy Whittey 

New Orleans, La. 

Briana Williams 

Greenville 

Garrett H. Williams 

Winona 



DSU Students hoop and holler for their Statesmen football team to help them push forward and win the game. 



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Juniors 

LajA.ry Williams 

Aberdeeii 
Mattie Williams 

jonestoum 
Hannah \Villis 
Pensacola, Fla. 
Ronnie Wilson 

Charleston 
Tyler Wilson 
Memphis, Tenn. 



Natalie Wolfe 

Brookhaven 
Tanesha Woods 

HoUandale 
Juston Wraggs 

Morehead 
Carl Wright 

Horn Lake 
Kentra Wright 

Charleston 





Brett H)att gets a high five from the MC of the game show Thinkfast 
brought by Union Program Council. 



Junior Melissa Webber decorates her head with foam at the foam dance 
party during Welcome Week. 



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Sophomores 




Ashton Alderman 
Greenwood 
Beka Alford 

Senatobia 
Cole Andrews 

Starkville 

Ryan Andrews 

Grenada 

Jay Arcilla 

Walnut, Calif. 

John Philip Armstrong 

Clarksdale 

Morgan Arrington 

Coffeeville 

Amanda Ashley 

Grenad 

Steven Axe 

Oshwana, Ontraio 

Auston Ayers 

Houston, Texas 



Kristie Bain 

Oxford 

Justin Baker 

Hernando 

Brandon Baldwin 

Cleveland 
Joannah Ballard 

Tupelo 

Andrea Barham 

Independence 



SoPHdMdRES 



Barnes-Collier 



Aimee Blegen 

Katy, Texas 
Chris Bowman 

Mesa, Ariz. 
Christin Boyette 

Greenvi, 

Manuel Brand 

Rulei'ille 

Brooke Brannan 

Grenada 



Corderis Bro^vn 
Picayune 

Jessica Brown 

Grenada 

Rico Brown 




Floren 



Kaelin Burnett 

Belfower, Calif. 

Ashley Burton 

Southaven 



Damoyn Carrol) 

Hazelhurst 

John Cassibry 

Cleveland 



Ashley Cechovsta 
Ontario, Canada 
Courtney Chism 
West Memphis, Ark. 



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Kelly Cole 
Murfessboro, Tenn. 
Earnis Collier 
Rule 



Cliris Eccles discusses a pla\' with his teammate Sigma Wa\mon Clark 
during a flag football game. Both are players on the Sigma team. 



SoPHO-Mc:)RES 




Collins-Drennan 



Sophomores 





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Rosemary Collins 

Greenville 

Sarita Cooper 

Indianola 

Stanley Copeland 

Las Vegas, Nev. 

Vmanda Cornelison 

Madison 

Alex Cornett 

Atlants, Ga. 



Kendall Crawford 

Starkville 

Emily Crosswhite 

Madison 

Jeremy Curry 

Daphne, Ala. 

Dalton DaSilva 

Rio Dejanerio, Brant 

Brittan)' Davis 

Yazoo City 



Matt Dean 

Cleveland 

Trevar Deed 

Phoenix, Ariz. 

Rodney Diggs 

Batesville 

Megan Dixon 

Pasadena, Texas 

Conner Drennan 

Hattiesburg 




The Delta Belles perform during the pep rally for the football players and fans at Delta State's annual Pig Pickin'. 



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Puffin-Grooms 



Sophomores 




Archie Duffiii 

Glen Allan 

Diana Dunn 

Greenwood 

Abbie Edgar 

Yazoo City 

Ashley Edniond 

Chicago, 111. 

Matt Esquivel 

LeGrande, Calif. 

Caihn Estey 
Grenada 
David Flowers 
Pensacola, Fla. 
Megan Frazier 
Grenada 
Ginny Gates 

Madison 

Katie Gibson 

Rosedale 



Rachael Gibson 

Rosedale 

Amanda Gill 

Cleveland 

Myron Gilmore 

Ca rhage 

Dixie Griffin 

Houston 

Deric Grooms 

South Fulton. Tenn 



Mcnibtrs of the DSU Bapiisi .Siiidtnt L iiKiii support their Statemen and Breast Canter Awarness Month bv painting up in green and pink. 



Sophomores 



Harris-LeGrand 



Sophomores 




\bbe\ Bennett passes out a coupon to Jen Carouthers in Java City. 
The Phi Mu fraternity handed out coupons for free food as a fund- 
raiser for the Children's Miracle Network. 



Brittany Harris 

Grenada 
Lacey Haynes 

Yazoo City 

Einily Hearn 

Millington, Tenn. 

Troy Hodges 

Cleveland 

Kristen Holcomb 

Rolling Fork 

Olivia HoliField 

Clinton 

Lynda Hooper 

Charleston 

Lacie Horn 

Cleveland 

.Stephen Hummell 

St. Louis, Mo. 

David Hust 

Jackson 

Adrone James 

Hammond, La. 

Christine Johnson 

Clarksdale 
Kei'Tarus Johnson 

Glen Allan 

Sherida Johnson 

Glen Allan 

Tim Johnson 

Ruleville 



Reed Jones 

Cleveland 

Shunell Jordan 

Ben oil 



Waldemar Juschin 
Frankfurt, Germany 

Stefan Lackner 
Dormund, 



Bruce Laviolette 

Oakland, Calif. 
Dustin LeGrand 
Houston, Texas 



S0PH(iM(9R 



Liddell-Neal 



Sophomores 



Channing Liddell 

Clarksdale 

Ches Linebarier 

Memphis, Tenn. 

Maegan Maloney 

Sunflower 

Britiney March 

Lexington 

Tucker Marshburn 

Coron, Calif. 



Veronica Mathis 

Grenada 
Courtney Maybell 

Hollandale 
Nicole McAdory 

Greenville 
Falla McCallum 

Bentonia 

Sarah McDowell 

Benoit 



Maggie McLellan 

Greenwood 

Alyce Meador 

Cleveland 

Cameron Midyett 

Memphis, Tenn. 

Nishi Mirpuri 

Cleveland 

Rafael Mitchell 

Bowdon, Ga. 



Emily Mockry 

Jackson 

Camila Moore 

Shelby 



Melissa Morgan 

Greenville 

Chris Muir 

Jackson, Tenn. 



Amber Neal 
Holcomb 

Ashley N'eal 
Holcomb 



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Kim Leach, captain of the Delta Belles dances with her team out 
during the half-time show of a home football game. 



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Nelson-Ray 
Sophomores 




Union Program Council got students in lliu in i h'l Wik-ntinc's l)a\ h\ i)r(i\iding l;i)im1ii 

things hearts, for their special someone. 



th little bears, vo-vos, and all 




Eric Nelson 

Benoit 

Lauren Oglesby 

Seyiatobia 

Cade Parker 

Collierville, Tenn. 

Skyler Parker 

Brandon 

James Peavy II 

Pelahatchie 



Brett Pellum 

Clarksdale 
Larry Pittman 

Puckett 
Ashley Poteet 

Greenville 
Taylor Powell 

Vicksburg 
Sarah Prevost 

Brandon 



Dexter Price 

Memphis, Tenn. 

Hunter Price 

Houston, Texas 

Kristie Price 

Como 

Gabrielle Raggs 

Greenville 

Amber Ray 

Hernando 



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Reed-Smith 



Sophomores 




Bv.iniliiii Hail/cl sliilt^ to the side and pushes tcirward belore |a/e Hainiltiin iiralis his tlat; dLinnu" an iiuense iiilraiiiural game ejl Hag loiilb. 



Tamara Reed 
Bay St. Louis 
Audrie Rhoda 

Southaven 
Sonya Robinson 
Booneville 
Gate Rowe 
West Point 
Shameka Russell 
Waynesboro 

Tyler Russell 

McComb 

Guilherme Russo 

San Paulo, Brazil 

Janella Sampolesi 

Lake Village, Ark. 

Tom Santos 

Recife, Brazil 

John Schank 

Ocala, Fla. 



Larry Scott 

Cleveland 

Kimberly Seale 

Meridian 

Paige Silvethorn 

Sikeston, Mo. 

Haley Sligh 

Bentonia 
Chase Smith 




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Smith-Vanlandin^ham 



Sophomores 



Chris Smith 

Cleveland 

Dominique Smith 

Greenville 

Jovlyn Smith 

Nesb'it 

LaDisha Smith 

Batesville 

Leslie Marie Steele 

Fulton 



Zack Stein 

Tupelo 

Wendolyn Stevens 

Clarksdale 

Brent Stokes 

Twin Falls, Idaho 

Jessica Stokes 

Greenville 

Darius Stowers 

Cleveland 



Ivory Stuckey 

Clarksdale 

Hannali Swafford 

Olive Branch 

Hilari Tackett 

Ruleville 

Sinquetta Tanner 

Scobe'^ 

Jessica Taylor 

Batesville 



Ellen Thompson 

Schlater 

Jenny Thorn 

Benoit 



Anthony Tucker 
Bartlesville, Okla. 
Stormi Valentine 



Kyle VanNess 

Sommerville, N.J. 

Danny Vanlandingham 

Cleveland 



Katherine Grant provides a great beat for a performance of 
HeartBEAT Afrika on the Quad. 



Sophomores 



Veazey-Williams 




Sophomores 



Jessica Veazey 

Olive Branch 

Laeitta Wade 

Greenville 

Quincey Wallin 

Denver, Colo. 

Alan Walters 

Jackson 

Tebreena Washington 

Greenville 



Vanessa Washington 

Greenville 

JT Webb 

Clarksdale 

Cameron Weidelo 

Irving, Texas 

Aaron Wilbanks 

Memphis, Tenn. 

Garrett L. Williams 

Rolling Fork 



Arquette McCoy and kiin Martin ask Food Ser' 



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Sophomores 



johnathan Williams 

Forrest City, Ark. 

Terrence Williams 

Hollandale 

Carrie Willis 

Brandon 

Ben Woffard 

Olive Branch 

Jazmin Yacaman 

Wellington, Fla. 

Joel Young 

Charleston 
Beth Ann Youngblood 

Batesville 

Meri Whitney Zieman 

Monticello, Ark. 



Kelh' Cosby, T\ler Russell, and Janella Sampolesi work the Career Service booth at the Organization Fair during Welcome 
Week, \vhich is held at the beginning of the school year. 



Soph 



OMORES 



Sebastian Boyer 

Slidell, La. 

Jeremy Bozdeck 

St. Louis, Mo. 



Courtney Bradford 

Cha rleston 

Taja Braxton 

Coahoma 




Abrams-Bra xton 
Freshmen 

Alonte Abrams 

Columbus 

Marshall Alexander 

Oxford 

LaNorris Allen 

Shaw 
Gabrielle Amos 

Grenada 

Blake Andrews 

Boyle 



Lain en Ashford 

Lake Village, Ark. 

Chris Ashton 

Jackson, Tenn. 

Jonathan Austin 

Baton Rouge, La. 

Bridget Baioni 

Cleveland 

Rhowonda Beckworth 

Indianola 

Luke Bettencourt 

Shaw 

Euboea Blakelv 

5a rdis 

Jessica O. Blue 

Hollandale 

Bryant Bohington 

Robertsdale, Ala. 

Kaci Bolls 

Jackson 

Lauren Boone 

Southhaven 
Samantha Bossert 
Colliverville, Tenn. 



Trumbone phner David Cra\vford pla\s with soul during a half-time 
performance. 



Freshmen 




Brexton-Daniels 



Bradley Davis graces the crowd with his wonderful voice with the Ol' 
Skool Review during their pre-game performance. 



Freshmen 

Sliemetra Brexton 

Grenada 

Clifford Blown 

Holly Srpings 

Kayla Browor 

Batesinlle 

Chasidy Buckley 

Charleston 

Tasheba Buckner 

Cleveland 



Rachel Bush 

Jackson 

Cor'Juandra Calhoun 

Greenwood 

Kaity Calvert 

Beachwood, N.J. 

Jessica Calvery 

Hernando 

Raven Symone Causey 

Hollandale 



Andy Cias 

Lake Worth, Fla. 

Joli Cole 

Cleveland 

Antonio Coleman 

Warren, Mich. 
Kondwani Coleman 

Shelby 

Nephrateria Collins 

Itta Bena 



Henley Cooper 

Indianola 

Alison Corbin 

Rolling Fork 



Thomas Cox 

Brandon 

3radle\' Cummins 

Drew 



Manisha Dadlani 

Cleveland 

Sarah Grace Daniels 

Oxford 



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Freshmen 

Dominique Davenport 

Baldwyn 

Owen Davies 

Alberta, Canada 

Brittany Davis 

Indianola 

Holly Davis 

Ruleville 

Madison Dixon 

Cleveland 



Jason Donnal 

Columbus, Ohio 

Mary Mac Drake 

Port Gibson 

Brad Edmondson 

Cleveland 

Sarah Erwin 

Memphis, Tenn, 

Katie Farmer 

Greenwood 



Clint Farrar 

Corinth 

Hollan Fill 

Pago Pago, Samoa 

Bailey Fletcher 

Cleveland 

Jennirfer Fountain 

Jacksonville, Fla. 

Kate Freeman 

Jackson 

Willie Gant 

Shaw 

Joshua Brian Gary 

Yazoo City 



Rachael Gavin 

Batesville, Ark. 

Maegan Gelston 

Benton 



Claire Gentry 

Saltillo 

Chaundrea George 

Hollandale 



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Shirldon Labastida, Ashton Brasher, Andy Howell and Lee\nn Main 
take a break in between classes. 



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Freshmen 




Freshmen students enjoy their ice cream during Welcome Week's 
annual Ice Cream Social at Presdient Hilpert's house. 



Madeline Glass 
Lawrence, Kan. 
Eric Goldberg 

Greenwood 

Kelcey Gonvan 

Mound Bayou 

Joseph Graddy 

Ripley 

Christian Graham 

Indianapolis, Ind. 

Courtney Granderson 

Bentonia 

Cameron Griffin 

Cleveland 

Tyler Hancock 

Lexington, Ken. 

Dee Harber 

Benton 

Kate Harbough 

Byrain 



Jamie Hardy 

Terry 

Whitney Hargrett 

Leland 

William Hartanovich 

New Lenox, III. 

Victoria Havens 

Southaven 

Chasity Hawkins 

Vardaman 



Essie Hawkins 

Cleveland 
Brigham Heinsz 

Shelby 



Denesha Henderson 

Damascus, Ark. 

Emily Herrick 

Cleveland 



Jon Hill 

Drew 

Robert Hogan 

Lexington 



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Freshmen 

James Holley 
Riverside, Calif. 
Adam HoUowell 

Yazoo City 

Tashunda House 

Greenwood 

George Huber 

Flower Mound, Texas 

Katie Hunt 

Grenada 



Kendall Hunter 

Mound Bayou 
Nekesha Johnson 

Grenada 
Robert Johnson 

Benoit 
Olivia Johnston 

Yazoo City 
Melissa Joiner 
Silverhill, Ala. 



Amanda Jones 

Tunica 

Andrew Jones 

Corinth 

Violet Jones 

Rosedale 

LaChelle Kilbert 

Sallis 

Nathan Kyles 

Columbus 



Daniel Lankford 

McKinney, Texas 

Mashunaka Lee 

Rosedale 



Alex Lovenz 

Geislingen, Germany 

Michele Malatesta 

Cleveland 



Hannah Mantooth 

Hattiesburg 

Stephanie Martyn 

Cleveland 



A 




Men Anslev Miller pushes around a fellow classmate with drunk 
driving goggles during GST classes. 



EN 




Maier-Neal 



Freshmen 

Jennifer Maier 

Angouleme, France 

Jeremiah Matthews 

Cleveland 

Von'Shaella McClinton 

Doddsville 

Payson McDaniel 

Brighton, Tenn. 

Jervis McGee 

Itta Bena 



Tom McGowan 

Cap Girardeau, Mo. 

Diana McLemore 

Grenada 

Genie McXeek 

'Winona 

Will Middleton 

Benton 

Meri Anslev Miller 

Duncan 



Larissa Mitchell 

Clnieland 

Marissa Moffett 

Vicksburg 

April Mondy 

West Helena, Ark. 

Josh Mooney 

Thornton, Colo. 

Arlena Moore 

Shelby 



Jason Moore 

Houston 
Salena Moore 

Shelby 



Joseph Presley sets up for the snap during the flag football championship 
game. 



Joe\' Morgan 

Warner Robiyis, Ga. 

Jacob Murphy 

Duarte, Calif. 



Melissa Nason 

Greenwood 
Slexcia Neal 
Chicago, III. 



Fres 



Nirva-Shackelford 
Freshmen 



Sandra Nirva 

Cary, III. 
Lizzie Nokes 

Brandon 
Dalicia Norman 

Ruleville 
Frankie Page 

Yazoo City 
Justin Palmer 

Brandon 



Chasity Patrick 

Picayune 

Mercedes Patterson 

Ocean Springs 

Gramm Phillips 

Clarksdale 

Christan Pickens 

Sardis 

Neyell Plair 

Starkville 



Alex Rapetti 

Hattiesburg 

Casey Reinhardt 

St. Louis, Mo. 

Spencer Rhodes 

Madison 

Kameisha Richardson 

Charleston 

Charles Ross 

Indianola 



Josh Rowland 

West Helena, Ark. 

Christine Rustom 

Greenwood 



Enka Sanford 

Olive Branch 

Cristian Serrano-Garcia 

Barcelona, Spain 



Jacob Sesma 

Walnut 
Pate Shackelford 

North Carrollton 




Elissa Rodgers models the theme dress of this year's High Cotton 
Fashion Show. 



Shaw-Straw 








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i 




Freshmen 

Mary Ellen Shaw 

Greenwood 

Donny Shwaga 

Chicago, III. 

Sheniqua Singleton 

Indianola 

Keiandra Smart 

Itta Bena 

Anna Smith 

Collinsville 



Chantz Smith 

Columbus 

Emmanuel Smith 

Cleveland 

Erin Smith 

Arlington, Texas 

Garrett Smith 

Batesville 

Jamecia C. Smith 

Drew 



Lizzie Smith 

Cleveland 

Sarah Smith 

Arlington, Texas 

Kabresha Spicer 

Drew 

Whitney Springer 

Central City, Ken. 

Kristin Stensholt 

Melbourne, Australia 



Ryan Stephens 

Orlando, Fla. 

Claire Stephenson 

Yazoo City 



)rientation Leaders Ken Amos and Katie Morrison pass out room 
.eys to incoming freshman students staying over night for Orientation 
weekend. 



Brandon Stevens 

Anguilla 

Courtney Stevens 

Rome, Ga. 



Jasmine Stewart 

Anguillo 

Sonny Straw 

Olive Branch 



Fres 



HMAKv-) 



Strickland-White 



Freshmen 



Koii Strickland 

Cln'elaiid 

Sarah Strickland 

Gremantown, Term. 

Katherine Stroup 

Pope 

Kelse\ Sullivan 

Batesville 

McClain Sullivan 

Southaven 

Darnell Taylor 

Mound Bayou 

Jonathan Taylor 

Lake Providence, La. 

Desmond Thomas 

Anguilla 

Trey Tierce 

Ctei'eland 

Shalicia Tyler 

Hollandale 



Jessica Upton 

Arlington, Tenn. 

Susanah Vaughan 

Brookhaven 

Mary KatJierine Waddell 

Florence, Ala. 

Jenna Walker 

Water Valley 

Passion Walker 

Shelby 

Shere'Vere Walker 

Jonestown 

Veronica Walker 

Indianola 



Lisa Watkins 

Greenville 

Thomas Wetzel 

Yazoo City 



Austin White 
Vicksburg 

Jason White 
Meridian 



Hrb^IsEen 




Mitchell Cockrell tries to hold onto the mechanical bull tor long than 
15 seconds. Bull ridding was a big hit during Springfest this year. 



White-Wrifrht 
Freshmen 






Laura White 

Ma rks 

Jeanna Wilkes 

Hernando 

Andrea Williams 

Itta Bena 
Changa Williams 

Sunflower 
Meggie Williams 



Shavonica Williams 

Charleston 

Amber Willis 

Greenville 
Carley Wilson 
Olive Branch 
Ursula Wilson 
Hollandale 
Kayla Woods 
Duck Hill 




Dan Patrick, Brian Flint, Deniger Cobb, and Brett Hyatt participate in this year's Uinon Program Ciountil's Fhinktast, where they answered 
questions about pop culture. 



FreshimejI sJ' 



In Memory of 




Tommy Sledge 

Chair & Professor of Commercial Aviation 



A native of Cleveland, Sledge joined the Delta State 
staff as an aviation instructor in 1990 following a distinguished 
career in the U.S. Air Force and the Mississippi Air National 
Guard. He became chair of the department in 1997. Sledge 
held a Master^ Degree in Commercial Aviation from the 
University of Louisiana in Monroe, and a Doctorate of 
Education from Delta State University. 



Define Your Delta State: 

A Brief History of Delta State Univeristy 



Mississippi Governor Whitfield signed Delta State Teacher^ College 
into law in 1924. Serving as the cultural and educational center of 
the region, Delta State University is located in the Mississippi Delta, a 
20-county, northwestern region, rich in various ethnic and cultural groups. 

James Broom became the first president when the school opened on 
September 15, 1925, with 97 students and 10 faculty and staff. Today, 
Delta State has a little more than 4,000 students. President Broom started 
the new Delta college off successfully, but became ill at the end of his first 
year. A bright and eager William Kethley became the second president 
of Delta State and to this day he holds the distinction as youngest college 
president at the age of 32. | 

The first graduating claspfiifp in 192iJHth 13 students. In 1955, 
Delta Stated name was changed from Delta State Teacher^ College to 
Delta State College. After Kethley serviced thirty years as president, 
James Ewing came to Delta State as the third president. Ewing bolstered 
the size of the University in every way, from enrollment, to buildings, 
to educational divisions. Aubrey Lucas became the fourth president 
and placed programs that made Delta State stronger in both academics 
and athletics. In 1974, Delta Stated name was changed from Delta State 
College to Delta State University. Kent Wyatt became the fifth president 
and first and only alumnus of the school to be chosen as its leader. Wyatt 
serviced the University for 24 years. David Potter became the sixth 
president and was very active and showed hi^^Bort for all areas of the 
school. j 

Current President John Hilpert becan^^Wta Stated sev 
president in 2003. Today, Delta State offe^^^baccalaureatHegrees in 
42 majors, 8 masters degrees. Educational specialist degrees, and Doctor 
of Education and over a 1 00 organizations to get involved in. From once 
a small teachers college in the Mississippi Delta, DSU has expanded to 300 
acres of space, 78 buildings, and a University known for its one of a kind 
educational experience and close kit community. 



Abide, Debbie 

Abranis, Alonte 

Adams, Christopher... 

Adams, David 

Adams, Trent 

Adcox, Biitni 

Add)', Jennifer 

Aguilar, Pedro 

Asjuzzi, Micci 

Akins, Chad 

Albosliaba, Hend 

Alderman, Ashton 

Alexander, Marshall... 
Alexander, Montrell .. 
Alexander, Shaikenya 

Alexander, Shakita 

Alford, Beka 75, i: 

Allen, Angela 

Allen, Anna 

Allen, Chitiuita 



Allen, LaNorris ... 

Allen, Natasha 

Allen, Shauna 

Allgood, Brooke.. 

Alverez, Katie 

Amos, Gabrielle... 

Amos, Ken 

Anderson, Gerri .. 
Anderson, Jason .. 
Anderson,^ onatha 
Anderson, Shelby 
Andrews, Blake ... 

Andrews, Cole 

Andrews, Kelley .. 
Andrews, Ryan.... 

Antici, Kelly 

Antici, Rebecca.... 
Arant, Hugh Mille 
Arauio, MUena .... 



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Arnold, Angelic|ue. 
Arrington, Morgam 
Ashford, Lauren.... 

Ashley, Amanda 

Ashmore, Dana 

Ashton, Chris 

Atchison, Eric 

Atkins, Christi 

Atkinson, Asa 

Austin, Faye 

Austin, Jonathan.... 

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Axe, Steven 

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Bankhead, C^ourtney 

Barefoot, Amy 

Barger, Cein|jer Allyse 

Barliam, Andrea 

Barham, Drew 16, 17, 

121, 122, 126, 136, II 

Barillas, Alex 

Barker, Ryan 

Barnes, Amber 

Barnes, Blake 

Barnes, David 

Barnes, Danny 

Barnes, Levenia M 

Barnes, Eric Martin 

Barnett, Baylor 

Barnett, Grayson 

Barnum, Shawana 

Barrett, Stephanie 

Barron, Betsy 

Barton , Alan 

Bassie, Grace 

Basso, Kristi 

Bates, Molly 

Batts, Austin 

Batts, Reed 

Batts, Rodney 

Baucum , Amy 

Bays, Barry 

Beasley, Andy 

Beasley, Kaj uandria 

Beckensteiner, J ul ien 

Beckford , Syrd\vay ne 

Beckworth, Rhononda 

Behrens, Marcie 

Belford , Steven 

Bell, Elisa 

Bell, Lisa 

Bell, Moe 

Belvedresi, Nick 

Belvedresi , Sarah 

Bennett, Abbey ...44, 60, 

165, 179,207 

Bennett, Keri 

Bennett, Meg 58, 

Bennett, Steven 

Benson , Camesha 

Benzaki, Cecile 

Berdin, LaWanda 

Berg, Lane 

Best, Micah 

Bettencourt, Luke 

Betterson , Gregory 

Bilbo, T'ler 

Bilicki, Jenn 

Bishop, Gracie Day 

Bishop, Levi 

Bishop, Leslie 

Black.stock, Jeffrey 

Blake, Samantha 

Blakely, Euboea 

Blancher, Philip 

Blankenship, Josh 

Blansett , Wayne 

Blegen, Aimee 

Blood, Laura 71, 

Blount, Jimmie 

Blue, Jessica O 

Bobo, Ashley.. 

Bogan, Ceterrica 

Bohington, Bryant 

Bolls, Ivaci 

Bond, Logan 

Boone, Lauren 

Booth, Lacey 

Bootman, Maggie 

Boren , Josh 

Bossert, Samantha 

Boswell, Patti 

Boswell, Rodney 

Bouchaud, Tatiana 

Bourgoyne , Casey 

Bowen, Julie 

Bowman, Chris 

Bowman, Josh 



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Boyd, Lauren 

Boyer, Sebastian 

Boyette, Christin 

Boyette, Lindsay 

Boyington, Bryant 

Boy kin , Chiis 

Boyles, Robin 

Bozdeck, Jeremy 

Bozone, Joseph 

Bradbeny, Willie 

Bradford, Courtney 

Bradford, Larry 

Bradley, Samanthia 

Brand, Manuel 

Brannan, Brooke 

Brasfield, Rachel 

Brasher, Ashton 

Brassel, Holly 

Braxton , Ta ja 

Breaux, Jordan 

Breaux , Matthew 

Breazeale, Matthew 

Brewer, Clair 

Brewer, Sara Kate 

Brewer, Tyler 

Brexton, Shemetra 

Brick, Deborah 12, 18, 34, 3 

136, 138, 156 

Bridges, Ray 

Blister, Brad 

Bristlin, Kayla 

Brooker, Katie 

Broussard , Nei 1 

Blower, Kayla 

Brown , Ashley 

Brown, Clifford 

Brown, Corderis 

Brown, Derrick 116, 14( 

Brown , Jessica 

Brown, Leslie 

Brown, Luther 

Brown, Valerie 

Brown, Rico 

Browor, Kayla 

Brumfield, Megan 

BruniField, Sarah 18, 28 

122, 124, 136, 137, 156 

Brunson, Spencer 

Bruss, Amanda 

Bi uss, Jeremy 

Bruton, Erica 

Bryant, Christin 

Bryant, Mitch 

Buchanan, Jamie 

Buckley, Chasidy 

Buckner, Tasheba 

Budwine, Elizabeth A 

Bueh ler, Al ice 

Buehring, Caine 

Buescher, Kyle 

Buford, Caroline 

Buggs, Anthony D 

Bunkley, Heather 

Bunn, Phyllis 

Burchfield, Amy 

Burchfield, Cameron 

Burchfield, Mallory 

Burchfield, Patsy 

Burger, Megan 

Burgos, Mark 

Burgos-Aguilar, Benjamin 

Burnell, "tyler 

Burnett, John 

Burnett, Kaelin 

Burnett, Terrance 

Burnett, Wes 

Burns, Jennifer 

Burton, Ashley 14( 

Burton, Dan 

Burton , Willie 

Busby, Patricia 

Bush, Albert 

Bush, Rachel 

Butler, Deletrice 

Byrd, Ashlea 



Byrd, joe 








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Faulkner, Terrence 

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Fayors, Chris 

Feaster, Anna 

Ferrel, Ronnie 

Ferriss, Daye 'Boo' 

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Fields, Pamela 

Finley, Becky i. 

Finley, Stefanie 

Fitts, Lacey 

Fitzgerald, Brittany 

Fiu, Hollan 

Fizer, Anthony 

Fletcher, Bailey 

Fletcher, Jack 

Flint, Brian 

Flippo, Brittany 

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Flowers, Jesse 

Flowers, Jessica 

Flowers, Lakeayer 

Fly, Sarah 

Fonseca, Felipe 

Ford, Sharon 

Forrester, Derrick 

Foitenberry, Chatelaine 

Foster, Becky 

Faster, Cinnamon 

Fountain, Chiquikta 

Fountain, Jennifer 

Fratesi, Marshall 

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Freeman , Kate 

French, Katlan 

Fulcher, Keith 

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Cant, Carsley 

Cant, Willie 

Garrard, Shane 

Garrison, William 

Gary, Josh ua Brian 

Gaston, Shantrice 

Gates, Ginny 

Gauz, Nate 

Gayin, Rachael 

Gayin, Rachel 

Geimer, Randy 

Gelston, Meaghan 

Gentry, Claire 

George, Anna Patton.... 

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George, Dana 

Gerasnnos, Jaclyn 

Gerasimos, Jennifer 

Giachelli, Lynsey 

Gibson, Amy 

Gibson, Katie 

Gibson, Rachael71, 121 

Gi^er, Jason 

Gilbow, Erin 

Gill, Amanda 

Gillespie, Denese 

Gillesjpie, Valerie 

Gilleylen, Surframe 

Gilmore, Myron 

Gladden, Marjorie 

Gladden, Peggy 

Glasgow, Chrissy 

Glasgow, Ray 

Glass, Becca 

Glass, Madeline 

Glorioso, Grayson 

Gloyer, Anna 

Godbold, Ji[dy 

Goetz, Krista 

Goldberg, Eric 

Gong, Emma 

Gonvan, Kelcey 

Goodwin, Deyin 

Goodwin, Whitni Rae... 

Gore, Claire 

Grace, Tynecia 

Graddy Joseph 

Grafton, Patrick 

Graham, Christian 

Graham, Felicia 

Grammar, Dustin 

Granderson, Courtney... 

Granger, Brittany 

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Green, Alice L 

Green, Dominique 

Green, Earnesto 



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Green, Sarah 

Green, Valenzia 

Greer, Bryson 

Greer, Ramona 

Gregory, Clayton 

Gressett, Clayton 

Grierson , Randy 

Griffin, Cameron 

Griffin, Dixie.. 16, 35, 47 

Griffin, Evan 

Griffin, Leslie 

Griffin, Spencer 

Grooms, Deric 

Groper, Les 

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Guidry, Amanda 

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Hernn, Cliase 

Herrick, Emily 

Herriciv, Jal<e 

Herrington , Michel 

Herron, Rachael 

Heslep, Debbie 

Hester, Sara 

Hiclis, Darrin 

Hiclcs, Dewonda 

Hicks-Green, Lardester... 

Hilaire, Sammy St 

Hildebrant, Jonathan 

Hill, Brandon 

Hill, Jon 

Hill, Keela 

Hill, Sara Ellen 

Hille, Daniel 

Hille, Whitney 

Hilley, Hazel 

Hillhouse, Leslie 

Hillie, Whitney 

Hilpert, John 

Hinton, Hollie 

Hitchcock, Gate 

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Hite, Griffin 

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Hodge, Johnny 

Hodges, Troy 

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Hogue, Kenna 

Hofcomb, Kristen 

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Hooper, Lynda 

Hopper, Hugh 

Horn, Bryan 

Horn, Garth 

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Horton, Fawn 

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Howell, Brittany 

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Hunter, Kendall 

Hunter, Stella 

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Jobes, Hunter 

Johnikin, Ebonee 

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ohnson , Apryle 

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lie, Rhonda 






.109 






.179 


McCellan, Maggie 






...67 


Mixon, 


Lacey...l8, 31,47, 75, 99, 


'i'23. 


136, 


Leidner, Rachel 






.128 


McCkeary, Susan 






.134 


170 










Lemoine, John 






.169 


McClain, Erin 






...75 


Mize, Kaitlyn 






.122 


Leonard, Danielle 






.128 


McClain, Jeremy 






.146 


Mobeny, Summer 






.123 


Leslie, Anika 






.160 


McClain, Kate 






.143 


Mock, 


Thomas A 






.161 


Leslie, Cmtisha 




:'i26. 


160 


McClain, Cannon 






.143 


Mokry, 


Emily 






.180 


Lewis, Casey 




.123, 


160 


McClinton, Von'Shaella. 






.191 


Moffett, Marissa 






.191 


Lewis, Tared 

Lewis, LaShanta 






...73 


McCormick, John 




'l^&9. 


140 


Mondy 


, April 

ii, Christy 






.191 






.143 


McCoy, Arquette 




,160, 


184 


Montes 




:'i'2'5'. 


151 


Lians, Angela.. 16, 17 


■, 18, 19, 75, 


122, 


135, 


McCray, Joe 


""::;'';""8^ 


!, 89, 


169 


Montessi, Mary Taylor ... 






.143 


136 








McDaniel, Justin 




,124, 


169 


Montg( 


amery, Morganne 


!:!!:!!!!!!7L 


"i'3'7'. 


170 


Libby, Angie 


94, 95, 


123, 


154 


McDaniel, Payson 




...77, 


191 


Moon, 


Beverly 




.147, 


151 


Liddell, Channing 






.180 


McDaniels, Ginny 




,116, 


141 


Moone 


y, James 




...83, 


170 


Lindsey, Beverly 






.151 


McDonald, Leigh 




,127, 


169 


Moone 


y. Josh 




...97, 


191 i 


Lindsey, Brian 


!!!!!!!!'"!ri'i'6. 


140, 


141 


McDonnieal, Grant 






...93 


Moore ; 


, Alicia 




.133, 


170 i 


Lindsey, Jamison 






.126 


McDougal, Donna 






...70 


Moore, 


, Arlena 






.191 


Linebarier, Ches 


Tt 


^',"97, 


180 


McDowell, Sarah 


!!!!!!!!::35', 


136, 


180 


Moore, 


, Billy 






.147 


Lipford, Michael. ..-i... 


33, 


142, 


151 


McEachern, Justin 

McFadden, Sondra 






...69 


Moore, 


, Camila 






.180 


Lishman, Maricia 






.151 






.123 


Moore, 


, Caroline 


;i;;;!!!:7u 


"i'o's, 


109 


Little, Matthew 






.100 


McGee, Jervis 

McGee, Marian 




!;!83', 


191 


Moore, 


, Charlie 






.1431 


Lloyd, Sean W. 






.126 


!"!"";;i34y 


142, 


169 


Moore, 


, Christian 






.1331 


Lock wood, Jessie 


87, 128, 


"i'29. 


160 


McGee, Travis 






...83 


Moore, 


, Deborah 






.151 


Loeschner, Jennifer. . . . 






.122 


McGee, Valerie 




!'i28. 


160 


Moore, 


, Hunter 






...88 < 


Loflin, Erin 






.116 


McGehee, Robert 






.142 


Moore, 


.Jacob 






...731 


Loftis, Kyle 


!!!!!]!!!!!!!!!!!'i6 


i","69, 


160 


McGinnis, Will 






.123 


Moore, 


, ason 






.191 


Logan, Nathan 






.143 


McGowan, Thomas 




:;r97. 


191 


Moore, 


.Linda 






.128i 


Logan, Page 






.134 


McGu ffee, Jenny 






.130 


Moore, 


, Mary Anne 




ri'6'9'. 


1301 


London, Daryl 




!!!88, 


169 


Mclnnis, Dorothy 






.132 


Moore, 


, Robert 




...83, 


161 


Lott, Chelsea 


'''''''''''''''lA, 


124, 


132 


Mclntire, McKenzie.21, 


'47,'67,'i'id 


ri22 




Moore, 


, Salena 






.191 


Lott, Lindsey 


67, 


109, 


125 


137, 138, 161 








Moore, 


, Sarah 




I'i's's, 


170 


Lotven, Ann 


146, 


147, 


151 


McKarty, Rick 






.100 


Moore, 


, Tykekia 






.135 


Louis, Dustin 

Lovenz, Alexander.... 




!::87^ 


...13 
190 


McKay, Ann 

McKay BJ 




128, 
..73, 


129 
161 


Mooih< 
Moran, 


ead, Jason 




"!'6'2, 
.140, 


1391 

1611 


, Michelle 


Luckett, Andrew 


44,77, 83 


McKenzie, Benjamin 

McKinley, Tj'rek 




116, 


161 


Moreh( 


:ad. Billy 






.134 1 


Luczensky, Rodrigo ... 






.160 






.140 


Moreland, Kate 


!!r67','"io3, 


"i'2'8'. 


170 


Lynch, Logan 






.122 


McKnight, Barbara 






.151 


Morgan, Brandon 






.139 


Lyons, Cassondra 




ri24. 


169 


McKnight, Mallory 






...71 


Morgai 


1, Gillie 






.139 










McKnight, Reid 






.143 


Morgan , Joey 




'^^^si, 


191 


71 


i>f 






McKnight, Rhett 






.143 


Morgai 


T, Melissa 






.180 


/I 


Vi 






McLellan, Maggie 




137, 


180 


Morric 


e, Robbie 




!!!!!'9'2, 93 ! 


^ 1 

MacMillan, Kayla 

MacQuillin.J. k 

Maddox, Kevin 

Maier, Jennifer 

Malatesta, Lindsay CI; 

Malatesta, Michele 

Maliqi, Arian 

Maloney, Maegan 

Mangrum, Pamela 

160 

Manley, Emory 

Manly, Emmett 

Mansour, Oliver 

Mantooth, Hannah.... 
March, Britiney 


f .M. 


]!r83. 


...67 

...76 
169 
191 

.126 
190 
169 
180 

136, 


McLemore, Diana 

McMahon, Cliff 

McMillen, Cameron 

McMillen, Edith 


""!!!!!!"75y 


137, 


191 
.151 
.130 
.151 


Morris, 

Morris, 

Morrisi 

136 


, Emily 

, Ronchae' 

Dn, Katie 16, 17, 21, 67, 

, 137, 170, 193 


i22. 


.123 
.142 
135, 


DO, yy, 

ure 

67, 

88, 

67, 

,18,75, 125, 128, 


McNeek, Genie 

McNeer, Ben 

McPherson-Rushing, Ca 

McSwain, Adrien 

McWright-Taylor, Antoi 
Meador, Alyce 


ria Marie ... 

nette 

71 


',"87, 


.191 
.138 
.126 
.138 
.134 
180 


Morton, Antione 

Moses, Bill 

Moss, James 

Mounce, Michael 

Moxley, Brittany 

Muir, thris 




!!!83y 


.151 
,151 
,133 
,151 
,142 
180 


';!!!!!''"!!!!!;;88y89^ 

87, 

135, 


.143 
.134 
160 
190 
180 


Mealer, Evan 

Mecalf, Travis 

Mehta, Zelak 

Melson, Renee 

Melton, Matt 


!!!!!!2'iy83y 


116, 

''99^ 
122, 


141 
...36 
.127 
170 
170 


Mullen, Christy 

Mullen, Julie 

Murdock, Carley Jane.... 


!;"!!'"""'if 


...71, 

iris^ 

,132, 
,..83, 


137 
,124 
125 
161 
191 


Muriuki, Elizabetli 

Murphy, Jacob 



Munah, Charles ... 
Murray, John Alan 

Muzzi, Jinimv 

Myers, Ann Maiie 

Myers, Harris 

Mvles. Demetria ... 



Nail, Morgan 


K 


i, 75, 


161 


Nason, Melissa 


67, 


137, 


191 


Nassar, Cabot 






.143 


Nassar, Elle 






.143 


Nawls, Claiidette 






.124 


Neal, Amber 


'''''''''67^ 


"137, 


180 


Neal, Ashley 


67, 


137, 


180 


Neal, Slexcia 






.191 


Nelson , Eric 




...si'. 


181 


Nett, Katharina 




.106, 


170 


Newsome, Devonda 




.124, 


161 


Newson, Leundria 






.161 


Nichols, Justin 


"!!!!!!!73yi38. 


161 


N icholson , Cameron 






.123 


Nicole, Amanda 






...13 


Niebrugge, Chasey 






.103 


Niemann, Michael 






.100 


Nirva, Sandra 






.192 


Nokes, Lizzie 




"'99^ 


192 


Noland, Ricky 






.100 


Nonymous, Al 






.161 


Norman, Ashley 






.170 


Norman, Dalicia 






.192 


Norquist, David 






...14 


Norrell, Christy 






.135 


Norris, Derek 






.126 


Norris, Matt 






...73 


Norwood , Caymen 






.143 


Nowell, Brittany 






.128 



O'Neal, Shemera .. 


133, 


161, 


184 


O'Neal, Tiffany.... 






.161 


O'Neill, Ben 




!!!87^ 


155 


Oakes, Ken 




.138, 


139 


Oglesby, Lauren ... 


'^^''''^''''''''''75, 


137, 


181 


Oguz, Cruz 






.143 


Okra 






.161 


Oleis, Amanda 


::::::;;n;::;35^ 


"i'23'. 


125 


Oliver, Edie 






.103 


Oliver, Melissa N... 






.155 


Olson, Andy 






...76 


Orsborn, Laura .... 






.138 


Oswald, Steven 






.100 


Owen, Andrew 76, 


"i2T,"i'3i',"i'36,' 


i'io,' 


141, 


161 








Owen, Renelda 






.151 


Ozbirn, Becca 


:!::::::::"""::i24^ 


"i'42, 


170 


Ozols. Krvstle 


67, 


106, 


170 



Pace, Lekisha D 

Page, Frankie 

Palasini, Anthony 

Palmer, Carrie 

Palmer, Clarke 

Palmer, Justin 

Palmertree, Kevin 

Pambianchi, Dustin 

Paolillo, Marya....21, 31, 75 
133, 136, 138, 170,208 

Parker, Amanda 

Parker, Cade 

Parker, Collier 

Parker, Delisa 

Parker, Jaren 

Parker, Jeremy 

Parker, Skyler 

Pascal, Tyrone 

Pates, An toria 

Patrick, Chasitv 



123 

192 

100 

130 

73 

97, 192 

126, 155 

13, 122 

121, 122, 125, 

130 

....97, 172, 181 



Patrick, Daniel 


.21, 28, 29 


,73, 


121, 122, 


Rapetti, Alex 




..87, 


192 


123, 195 








Rashid, Rabat 






134 


Patrick, Wesley 


76, 


116, 


140, 141 


Rawson , Tristan 


""■!!!!!69y 


'i'6'9,' 


162 


Patterson, Casey ... 






....73,93 


Ray, Amber. .34, 35, 71, 


116, 119, 


125, 


181 


Patterson, Mercede 


is!;; 43, "67' 


84,"87, 88, 90, 


Ray, Collette .^.... 






171 


94,97,99, 104 


, 107, 137, 


192, 


207 


Raymond, Joe B 76, 


i'i'e, "i'2'i',' 


'i'4'i',' 


162 


Paul, Tracey 






124, 133 


Rayner, Ben 




..87, 


171 


Payne, Daniel 


'!"!I!!!!76, 


"i'i'e,' 


140, 142 


Read, Elizabeth 






123 


Payne, Debra 






142 


Red, Abby 75, 125, 


'i'2'8',"i'2'9',' 


'i'3'8,' 


162 


Payne, Justin 






73 


Redlin, Greg 






146 


Peacock, Emily 


!!!!!!!!!!!!58^ 


"i'i'e,' 


118, 140 


Reed, Earl 




:r7'2',' 


140 


Peavy, James 






...83, 181 


Reed, Erin 






..75 


Pedy foot, Jesse 




!!!!!68 


i, 83, 170 


Reed, Tamara 




"'96',' 


182 


Pellum, Brett 






138, 181 


Reinhardt, Casey 




..99, 


192 


Pellum, Elizabeth J 




''133,' 


161, 206 


Rem ington , Chrisna 






135 


Pentecost, Ashley.. 






123 


Remington, Patrick 


^■■■■!"'!!'8'7',' 


'i'3'9',' 


171 


Perry, Amanda 






130 


Reynolds, Bret 






134 


Perry, Eric 






.116, 141 


Rhoades, Justin 






120 


Pervoon, Kirill 






105 


Rhoda, Audrie 


!!!75"'i25',' 


i's';',' 


182 


Petrova, Petya 






...87, 152 


Rhodes, Naz 




116, 


140 


Pettey, Nicole 






124 


Rhodes, Spencer 




127, 


192 


Peyton, Tracy 


T6,"i7,"67, 


"i'30. 


138, 162 


Rhodus, Lee 






...22 


Phillips, Bonnie 






...75, 125 


Richards, James 






...48 


Phillips, Gramm.... 




;;y77,' 


120, 192 


Richardson, Kameisha ... 






.192 


Phillips, Jack 






152 


Richardson, Shirna 




'i'3'3'. 


162 


Phinisee, Clevelanc 


i'''"""!""!! 




132 


Richardson, Spencer D. . 






...10 


Pickard, Bert 






138 


Ricks, Morgan 






...62 


Pickard, Leigh 






138 


Ricks, Stephanie 






.123 


Pickens, Chnstan .. 






.124, 192 


Roach, Haven 






...71 


Pilgrim, Deborah.. 






152 


Roach, Patrick... 






...69 


PiiTKerton, Doug... 






...95, 152 


Roberson, Whitney 


I!::!:!'i22y 


'i'2'3'. 


130 


Pinkston, Sara 






71 


Roberts, Kendall 




...71, 


123 


Pickich, Matt 






69 


Roberts, Madison 




...35, 


120 


Pirshin, Dmitry 






...88, 170 


Roberts, Michelle 




...15, 


146 


Pitcher, Mary 






128 


Roberts, Ron 


"""""!!!83, 84, 


152 


Pittman, Joseph .... 
Pittman, Kaitlyn ... 






77 


Roberts, Stephan 

Robertson, Becky 






.133 






...87, 170 






.152 


Pittman, Larry 






181 


Robertson, Cortney 






.152 


Pittman, Rachel.... 




'i'24,' 


131, 142 


Robertson, Tabatha 




'i'i'e. 


141 


Pitts, Claire 






134 


Robinson, Alton 




...88, 


162 


Plair, Neyell 






192 


Robinson, Natonja 






.125 


Pobolish, Chet 






...83, 152 


Robinson, Sonya 




''i'3'9'. 


182 


Poe, Ryan 






73 


Rocconi, Christy 






.152 


Polk, Jeslynn 






142 


Rochelle, Jason 






.171 


Pongetti, Kim 






152 


Rodgers, Elissa 


!!!!!I'!!67^ 


"i'3'7'. 


192 


Pongetti, Teresa.... 


:':''67,"i22. 


"i'28. 


137, 170 


Rodgers, Hillary. 






...33 


Pope, Pierre 






.132, 137 


Rodgers, Jonathan K 






...69 


Portera, Lee Karer 






18, 75 


Rodgers, Kj'le 




'.'.'.'.'.'n, 77 


Potapova, Paulina . 






.106, 107 


Rodgers, Tenesha 






.123 


Poteet, Ashley 






181 


Rodgers, Vernon 


::::"":"76^ 


"i'i'e. 


120 


Pounds, Katie 


'''''''''''''75, 


''in, 


123, 170 


Rodgers, Will 


39, 56,73, 


125 


Powell, Taylor 






181 


Rodriguez, Cesar 






.100 


Powell, Tim 




'.'.'.'76, 


116, 141 


Roebuck, Teneiceia 






.123 


Powers, Anianette. 
Prestidge, Avery ... 






.129, 152 


Rogers, Elizabeth 






.130 


!!!!!'!!!!''75^ 


'i'i'e. 


119, 125 


Rogers, Jillian 




ri'4'2, 


171 


Preston, Jarel 




...83, 


162, 170 


Rogers, Leigh 






.138 


Preston, Latricia... 






162 


Rogers, Lestine 






.152 


Prevost, Sarah 






...99, 181 


Rogers, Taneisha 




!;;'9'o. 


155 


Price, Dexter 






181 


Rone, Keila 




...71, 


140 


Price, Hunter 






...87, 181 


Rose, Erica 


!!"!!!!!'i24^ 


125, 


162 


Price, Kristie 




'i'i'e, 


, 130, 181 


Rosenthal, Rachael 






...67 


Prouvost, Mathieu 






105 


Ross, Caria 






.152 


Purcell, Ann 






130 


Ross, Charles 




ri'4'2'. 


192 


Purnell, Aaron 






170 


Ross, Linda... 19, 33, 39, 


."i'2'4',"i'2'5'. 


136, 


152 


Pyron, Caidin 






71 


Roundtree, Clint 






...83 


Pyron, Kristen 






152 


Rounsaville, Corie 

Rountree, Clint 


!!!!!!!!!!!7'i^ 


"i'2'8'. 


171 
.152 




/^ 






Rowan, Catherine 


'''''^''''''87, 


"i'3'3'. 


171 




i i 






Rowe, Gate 


35,67, 


137, 


182 




S^ 






Rowe, Tara 


125, 


131, 


142 




■'^^ 






Rowland, Josh 




...73, 


192 


Quinn, Patrick 






139 


Roy, Amijer 




...62, 


135 


Qtion, Frieda 


R 




152 


Roy, Lindsey 

Rudcer, Terry J 

Ruscoe, John Landon .... 

Rushing, Kim 

Rushing, Mollie 






.140 
.171 
.100 
.152 
.152 


Raggs, Gabrielle ... 


M.^ 




181 










Ragon, Heather.... 
Raif, Pete 






.128, 171 














76 










Ramsey, Devon 






135 










Ramsev. LaShara .. 






128 











i?Lishing, Sandra 




..90, 152 


Russell, Beth 




71 


iussell, Candies 




124 


!iussell, Shameka 




..90, 182 


Russell, Tyler.... 75, 125 


,"i'37',"i'38, 


182, 185 


iusso, Guilherme 




..60, 182 


Custom, Christine 


!!!!";;!;!67', 


137, 192 


Custom, Joe 




171 


iutledge, Jim 




140, 141 


ive. Raven 




135 



Sabbatini, Paul...31,73, 121, 
171 

Sabine, Joanna 1 16 

Sage, Liston 

Sampolesi, Janella 75 

Sanders, Andrew 

Sanders, Katrina 

Sanders, Tara 

Sandifer, Lisa 

Sanford, Erika 67, 90 

Santos, Tom 

San t Licci , Leah 

Sarcone, Elizabeth 

Sargent, Joe 

Sartain, Clay 

Sartin , Kermit 

Saulter, Felecia 

Saxton, Katy 

Schank, Cristi 

Schank, John 

Schattner, Dianne 

Schilling, Brian 116 

Schoads, Thomas 

Schroeder, Chad 

Scott, Asa 

Scott, Jerry L 

Scott, ~ okomis 

Scott, ~ oshua 

Scott, Larry 

Seale, Kimberly 

Seceda, Roman 

Sesars, Aleia 75, 126 

Sellers, Steven l 

Selman, Annie 

Sereda, Roman 

Serrano-Garcia, Cristian 

Sesma, Jacob 

Seward, Brittney 

Shackelford, Pate 

Shaman, Katherine 

Shannon , Jessica 

Sharkey, Danielle 

Shaw, Carmaleta L 

Shaw, Kimberly 

Shaw, Lasherica 

Shaw, Mary Ellen 

Shepherd, Chelsea 

Sherwood , Sherri 

Shideler, Nathan 

Shields, Mary 

Shipley, Jamison 

Shorter, Chanell 

Shorter, Cherrelle 

Shroads, Thomas 76 

Shue, 1-Fen 

Shue, Richard 

Shue, Shen 

Shwaga, Donny 

Sibley, Kristin 

Silva, Dalton Da 

Sil verthorn, Paige 

Simmons, Beth Ann 

Simons, Andrew 

Simpson, Suzanna 

Sims, JacQuisha 

Sims, ordan 

Sims, Sean 

Singleton , Brittany 

Singleton , Sheniciua 



123, 136, 138, 



141, 


140, 


142 
..73 


128, 


182, 
'i52. 


185 
..69 
155 




..66, 


128 
134 


i2i'. 


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192 




..83, 


182 
135 
152 




'i24. 


171 




100, 


101 
..76 
123 
142 
128 




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182 
152 


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142 
116 


'.'.'. 8i 


,85, 


162 
162 
162 
142 
..69 


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121', 


182 




..99, 


182 
..87 


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137, 


171 
139 


135, 


'13 8, 


162 




..86, 


162 
192 




''83, 


192 
171 
192 




'.'.'ib. 


138 


132, 


139, 


162 
135 
152 
123 
171 




:r8'7. 


193 
130 




'i'25. 


171 
138 
..18 
138 


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122 
131 


138, 


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138 
138 
138 
193 
138 
..87 




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..71 






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152 






162 






..33 






127 






124 






193 






126 



Skelton, Emery 

Skipper, Brad 

Skipper, Sonya 

Slade, Natalie 

Slagell,Jeff 

Sledge, Tommy 

Slicrh, Haley... 16, 17 
"182 ' 

Slint, Brian 

Sloan, Delanie Marie 

Small, Seth 

Smalley, Kenny 

Smart, Jenna 

Smart, Keiandra 

Smith, Amanda 

Smith, Anna 

Smith, Brandon 

Smith, Brenita 

Smith, Chantz 

Smith, Chase 

Smith, Chris 

Smith, Crystal 

Smith, David 

Smith, Denise 

Smith, Dominique 

Smith, Dreifus 

Smith, Edwin 

Smith, Emmanuel 

Smith, Erickeya 

Smith, Ericniesha 

Smith, Erin 

Smith, Frank 

Smith, Garrett 

Smith, Jamecia C 

Smith , James 

Smith," eremiah 

Smith,] onathan 

Smith, Jovlyn 

Smith, Joy 

Smith,] ustin 

Smith, Katy 

Smith, Kristen 

Smith, LaDisha 

Smith, Leigh 

Smith, Lizzie 

Smith, Lovie 

Smith, Mack 

Smith, Marcy 

Smith, ReaMn 

Smith, Reubin 

Smith, Sandra 

Smith, Sarah 

Smith, Shirley A 

Smith, Steve 

Smith, Tiffany 

Smith, Tripp 

Smithers, Austin 

Smithhart, Chuck 

Smythe, Ann Marie .. 

Snow, Bruce 

Snyder, Mark 

Somlai, Rie 

Sparks, Chris 

Spencer, Eric 

Spicer, Kabresha 

Spinks, Dominic 

Springer, Whitney 

Sprivey, Megan 

Sproles, Jasnald 

Sjjrouse, Paceffiney... 

Spry, D'Angelo 

Stallings, Amanda 

Stallings, Ben 

Stallings, Bo 

Stantos, Tom 

Stark, Brittany 

Starkey, Michael 

Starks, Brittany 

Starnes, Naomi 

Statesman 

Steele, Cindy 

Steele, Leslie Marie .. 

Steele, Shelly 

Stein, Zack 

Steinriede, Kelcev 



73 

88, 126, 162 

128, 129 

128 

147 

196 

47, 67, 130, 136, 137, 

195 

126 

69, 109, 121, 123 

100 

103, 155 

193 

139 

67, 95, 138, 193 

116, 141 

142 

97, 193 

22,93, 182 

69, 183 

128 

96,97, 171, 172 

90, 162 

140, 183 

171 

162 

193 

132 

132 

99, 193 

171 

116, 155, 193 

193 

83, 171 

133, 172 

62, 131 

133, 183 

139 

100, 172 

16, 125, 138, 139, 172 

71 

:.183 

136, 152 

71, 116, 119, 142, 193 

131 

152 

162 

152 

127 

134, 162 

99, 193 

163 

83, 84 

139 

77 

22,73,93 

130 

134 

97, 172 

152 

130 

76, 116, 141 

88, 172 

193 

83, 163 

94,95, 193 

123 

83, 172 

172 

125, 172 



...83, 172 
.132, 139 
...71, 130 



Stensholt, Kristin .... 

Stephens, Nason 

Stephens, Ryan 

Stephenson, Claire.. 
Stevens, Brandon.... 
Stevens, Courtney... 
Stevens, Stephanie.. 
Stevens, Wendolyn.. 

Stewart, Daniel 

Stewart, Jasmine 

Still, Seth 

Stokes, Brent 

Stokes, Jessica 

Stoner, Kyle 

Story, Britney 

Stowe, Jackie 

Stowers, Darius 

Strack, Patrick 

Strahan, Rose 

Straw, Sonny 

Street, Jonathan 

Strickland, Bryan..., 

Strickland, Kori 

Strickland, Rick 

Strickland, Sarah ..; 
Strickland, Spencer. 

Strider, Anna 

Strong, Lorrie 

Stroup, Katherine.. 

Strubte, David 

Stuckey, Ivory 

Styers, Sam 

Sullivan, Audra 

Sullivan, Kelsey 

Sullivan, McClain..., 

Summers, Liz 

Sutton, Dominique 
Swafford, Hannah ., 

Swanson, Laura 

Swartz, Paul 

Swatley, Mary 

Sweeting, Christi 

Swindol, Thomas... 

Sykes, Meggie 

Szot, Jonathan 



96, 97, 


134, 17: 




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138, 19' 


71, 


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137, 194 




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125, 


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Tabb, Myrtis 




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138, 18« 


Tackett, Jeremy 


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138, IT: 


Tamboli, Eric 




120 


Tanner, Ashley 




133 


Tanner, Sinc|uetta 




183 


Tarrio, Michael 




163 


Tarver, Traci 




7i 


Taylor, Alvin 




145 


Taylor, Beverly 




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Taylor, Chad wick 




162 


Taylor, Darnell 




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Taylor, Erick 




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Taylor, Jakeisha 


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123, 16! 


Taylor, Jessica ... 75, 116 


119, 132 


140, 18! 


Taylor, Jonathan 




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Taylor, It... 

Taylor, Marion 




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Terry, Adam 




13! 


Terzioglu, Merve 




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Thomas, Annisten 




14! 


Thomas, Brandon 




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Thomas, Brooke 


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130, 16! 


Thomas, Delphia 

Thomas, Katnerine 




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Thomas, Precious 




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Thomas, Rickey 


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142, 16! 


Thomas, Dianne 




12J 


Thomason, Jesse 




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Thompson, Ashley 




..87, 16! 


Thompson, Ellen 




132, 18! 


Thompson, Morgan 


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137, 13f 


Thomson, Brian 




116, 141 


Thomson , Dawn 




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Thorn, Jenny 


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138, 18! 


Tillery, "Brittany 


.102, 103, 


123, 16! 



Tonifk, Yvonne 

Tow, Chad 

Tox^nsend, LaSluindr 

Trawick, Cliris 

Tiipplett, Brenda 

Tiiberville, Ben 

Tucker, Anthony 

Tucker, Ciena 

Tucker, Cleotha 

Tucker, Crystal 

Tupin, Goulven 

Turner, Suzanne 

Tutor, Meoan 



163 

.130, 163 
.116, 119 

153 

153 

132 

...90, 163 

18, 73 

123 

121, 163 

183 

135 

163 

163 

.104, 105 

128 

127 



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83, 


173 


Valentine 


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30, 75,87, 


183 


Vales, Mi 


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Her, Angela.. 
Her, Melanie. 
Ilin, Quincey 



100 

.75, 136, 173 



135, 163 

184 

19, 67, 122, 135, 137 

83, 184 

10, 132 

67, 137 

124, 163 

133, 163 

49 

143 

39, 73 

142 

135 

124, 138 

83 

140 

184 

, 124, 125, 133, 135, 



Waters, Richard 

Watson, Coriss 33, 34 

Watson, Meshea 

Watson, Tiffany 

Watt, Freddie 

Watts, Robert 

Weaver, Callie 

Webb, John Travis 

Webb, Miranda 

Webb, Stephen 

Webber, Melissa 99, 

Webster, Vicki N 

Weeks, Mike 

Weidelo, Cameron 

Weigand, Rafael 

Weldo, Meagan 

Wells, Aimee 

Wells, Haley 

West, Danitra 

Wetzel, Thomas 

Whatley, Blake 

Whelen, Ben 

White, Abby 

White, Austin 

White, Catie 

White, Claire 

White, Corbin 

White, Heather 

White , Kamica 

Whitfield, Kenneth 

Whitmire, Gina 21, 34, 3: 

122, 137, 138 173 

Whitney, Lauren 

Whitt, Catherine 

Whittey, Troy 

Wilbanks, Aaron 

Wilkes, Jeanna 71, 

Williams, Aaron 

Williams, Allison 



Williams, Brooklyn ., 
Williams, Chic|uita .. 

Williams, Garrett 

Williams, Garrett H. 
Williams, Garrett L. 
Williams, Geraldlyni 
Williams, Gleiidscem 
Williams, Hudson ... 
Williams, Johnathan 
Williams, Jonathan.. 

Williams, "Katie... 

Williams, Katrese.... 
Williams, Kersten ... 

Williams, LaAry 

Williams, Mattie 

Williams, Meg"ie.... 
Williams, Nyeslia.... 

Williams, Paul 

Williams, Poriana.... 



Williams, Shonda. 



Williamson, Kristi 

Willis, Carrie 

Willis, Eddie 

Willis, Hannah 

Wilmoth, Camera 

Wilson, Arrie 

Wilson, Austin 

Wilson, Carley 

Wilson, Courtney. 
Wilson, Dedrick... 
Wilson, Georgia... 
WiLson, Lakeisha.. 
Wilson, Laura Asl 
Wilson, Marcus.... 
Wilson, Robert.... 
Wilson, Ronnie.... 
Wilson, Sam 



, 35, 140, 163 

133 

128, 129 

134 

83, 163 

173 

184 

116, 141 

138, 163 

138, 173, 174 

126 

135, 163 

87, 184 

105, 111 

128 

128 

67, 173 

116, 135 

..56, 135, 207 

155 

92,93 

71 

.76, 116, 141 

143 

143 

33 

71 

155 

83, 173 

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12 

173 

83, 173 

97, 184 

138, 139, 140 

83, 163 

71, 135 



173 

163 

135 

83 

173 

184 

142 

153 

143 

...76, 142, 185 

116, 141 

138 

125, 135 

70 

174 

174 

99 

164 

73 

133 

134 

164 

133, 135 

130 

185 

139 

124 

136, 137, 185 



109 

164 

73 

109 

.90, 155, 164 
83, 164 



.71, 123, 164 

100 

153 

174 

164 

...69, 87, 174 



Winaard, Clifton .... 
Winkler, Geoffrey... 

Winters, Ruth 

Wise, Jonathan 

Wofford, Ben 

Wofford, Thomas J. 

Woicik, John 

Wolfe, Natalie 

Wolfe, Ryan 

Womble, Wesley 

Wood, Lexi 

Wood, Wilkes 

Woods, Kayla 

Woods, Tanesha 

Worley, Todd 

Worsham, Caleb 

Wraggs, J uston 

Wriglit, Amber 

Wright, Carl 

Wright, Elizabeth.... 

Wright, Kentra 

Wright, Rebekah .... 
Wright, Rliondesha. 
Wynn, Alicia...., 



Yacaman , Jazm in 

Yanes, Evan 

Yarborough, Kim 

Yildiz, UHik 

Young, Joel 

Young, Marilyn 

Young, Roderick 

Youngblood, Beth Ann 



99, 185 

127 

.16416, 77, 121, 170- 

97, 164 

30,69, 124, 136, 185 

:. 164 

123, 164 

....71, 132, 134, 136, 



Ziegelmayer, Jennifer L 
Zienian, Men Whitney. 
136, 138, 185 



126, 134 

?5, 121, 125, 135, 



esLX^ 







Marya Paolillo-Editor 




Ashley Edmond- Assistant Editor 




Elizabeth Pellum 




Thomas Wetzel 



Claire Gore 

8c 

Abbey Bennett 




Nakia Kimble 

8c 

Mercedes Patterson 




Emily Peacock 





Marya Paolillo 

The Broom Editor 

This years theme for The Broom is "Define Delta State!' Delta State is a hard place to 
define. People will try to describe the opportunities and memories we will make here, but one 
cannot begin to believe anything until life at DSU has been experienced. Delta State is where 
education and opportunities for growth come together. The yearbook is a reflection of all we 
have accomplished together at Delta State. It serves almost like a history book or as a walk down 
memory lane. I hope this book brings you many happy smiles and helps each of you define your 
experience at Delta State. 

I would like to take the opportunity to thank a couple of people. First and foremost my 
advisor Bill Moses, thank you for being there and saying the things I needed to hear at the right 
times. Many thanks go out to Elizabeth Pellum for being my right hand man and to Ashley 
Edmond for being my assistant editor. A warm thank you goes out to Julie Jackson for all our 
emails back and forth, and Doug Pinkerton for his photography. Also thanks goes out to Angela 
Liang and the newspaper staff for sharing pictures and articles. Last but not least, thank you to 
my whole staff for putting the time and effort into this yearbook.